heirship


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heir·ship

 (âr′shĭp′)
n.
1. The condition of being an heir.
2. Right to inheritance; heirdom.

heirship

(ˈɛəʃɪp)
n
1. (Law) the state or condition of being an heir
2. (Law) the right to inherit; inheritance

heirship

the state or condition of an heir; the right to inherit property; heirdom.
See also: Property and Ownership
References in classic literature ?
"After this the family interest merely rested on heirship of the estate.
Also, many countries have strict 'forced heirship' laws, restricting how you divide up your estate.
(29) For Austen's pre-industrial men, particularly aristocratic men, an orientation toward suspense and immediacy were signals of a "man without a future, tied to a spiritually empty heirship just out of reach: suspended in time and space and prey to the Nausea of directionless motion..." (Wilt 72).
Monroe -- deceased, Mary Edna Monroe -- deceased; buyers, Rebecca Gould, Loran David Monroe, Robin Turner, Angela Jane Kennon, Wendel Dean Monroe; Affidavit of Heirship; Lot 5 Blk 9 Unit C HAGC Addition Shawneetown.
Stressing upon new legislations to purge out domestic violence against women CM Jam Kamal said, the provincial government has been planning to make sure equal rights for women added we have finalized women heirship law, "Through amendments in Balochistan Public Service Commission's rules and regulations, two women were given participation in BPSC commission." He said added with implementation on women jobs quota in provincial departments we would take help through their expertise to develop this province.
Insufficient heed is paid to the risks arising out of the assets and businesses, the consequences of forced heirship under Sharia Laws and the contingencies of managing businesses and assets in the event the founder suffers a disability or passes away.
Succession under Sharia principally operates by a system of forced heirship or reserved shares.
In Pakistan, majority of the farmers have small land holdings (70,000) due to feudalism and division of heirship. Therefore, optimum cropping pattern has been suggested for small lad holders through the use of linear programming model.
While some become leaders by heirship; some leaders are elected.
7-Proof of income of all members of the family of the deceased; and legal heirship certificate.
Some of the authors call it a "fair share" or "going down the forced heirship road": see Amighetti, The Law of Dependants Relief, supra note 1 at 169-70; Bale, "Palm Tree Justice", supra note 1; Harvey, supra note 1 at 166.
Bilawal while following the heirship of his grand father and mother, was doing the politics of