Another name for joint tenancy.
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The probability of a representative newly born individual surviving to various ages.
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Sur·viv'or·ship noun 1. The state of being a survivor. 1. (Law) The right of a joint tenant, or other person who has a joint interest in an estate, to take the whole estate upon the death of other. Blackstone. Chance...
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• (n.) The right of a joint tenant, or other person who has a joint interest in an estate, to take the whole estate upon the death of other. • (n.) The state of being a survivor.
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(from the article `inheritance`) There is also a widespread trend toward improvement of the successoral position of the surviving spouse, often even favouring the spouse above the ... ...include little beyond wages and salaries, the equivalent of the payroll tax base. Many countries do, however, lev...
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survivorship The right of a joint tenant, or other person, who has a joint interest in an estate, to take the whole estate upon the death of the other one. Survivorship is particularly applied to those owning real property or other assets; such as, bank accounts or stocks, in 'joint tenancy'. Join...
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1. The automatic transfer of the title or the ownership of property or asset in case of death or non-existence of the other person in joint tenancy. 2. The situation where joint holdings of assets or joint tenacy of real estates, when one co-owner outlives the the other(or one owner ceases to live),...
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n. the right to receive full title or ownership due to having survived another person. Survivorship is particularly applied to persons owning real property or other assets, such as bank accounts or stocks, in "joint tenancy." Joint tenancy includes the right of survivorship automatically, except tha...
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In cancer, survivorship covers the physical, psychosocial, and economic issues of cancer, from diagnosis until the end of life. It focuses on the health and life of a person with cancer beyond the diagnosis and treatment phases. Survivorship includes issues related to the ability to get health care ...
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Where property is owned jointly under a joint tenancy, on the death of one of the joint tenants, the deceased's share of the joint property passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant(s). The property cannot be passed to anyone else under a will or intestacy.
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