If there is no will, the law of intestate succession
applies and the husband does inherit.
Francis' nephews and nieces, his heirs by intestate succession
, sought to nullify the deed of donation inter vivos their uncle executed in favor of Ciri.
Nicolae, Ioana and Schiopu, Silviu Dorin (2011), "Classes of heirs and the intestate succession
rights of the surviving spouse in the European civil law tradition," Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov, Series VII: Social Sciences and Law, 1: 133-138.
According to Margaret Mensah-Williams other bills to be tabled include the Marital Property Bill, the Marriages Bill, the Customary Law Marriages Bill and the Intestate Succession
Bill, which will promote gender equality in domestic relationships.
Except in cases of intestate succession
and testate succession of legitimes to compulsory heirs, and the foreclosure of agricultural land by banks, agrarian laws proscribes the transfer of ownership of agricultural lands if it will result to the transferee gaining an aggregate agricultural landownership of more than five hectares.
The effect of a declaration that the deceased's will was void on the basis of public policy was that the deceased would die intestate, and both Donna and Verolin would share equally in his estate as his children according to the rules of intestate succession
in that jurisdiction.
This text explains wills, trusts, and estates to legal assistants, including intestate succession
, estate administration, nonprobate transfers, wealth transfer taxation, disability and death planning, and malpractice and professional responsibility.
In the latter case, in the absence of derogating provisions, the intestate succession
of the monk raised to the episcopate will be governed by the provisions of the Civil Code.
statutes are difficult to design--they must be definite enough to ensure judicial efficiency, yet also match the average decedent's probable intent.
Although circumstances of intestate succession
are determined largely by presumed affections to one's married spouse and kin, (8) where a valid will exists, its articulation of a testator's intentions are crucial and prima facie determinative as to the dissolution of his or her estate.
Even though she said it was "according to instructions,'' many people die without a will, and most states' intestate succession
statutes provide that the children of a deceased child inherit their parent's share per capita.
The surviving spouse of the bequeather shall be entitled to inherit pursuant to intestate succession
or alongside with the heirs (if any) of either the first or second degree of descent.