devisee

(from the article `inheritance`) ...of the kinship group, the village, or the feudal lord. Transition to free alienation has often been achieved by means of subterfuge, such as the ...
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devisee

[n] - someone to whom property (especially realty) is devised by will
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Devisee

• (n.) One to whom a devise is made, or real estate given by will.
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devisee

noun someone to whom property (especially realty) is devised by will
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Devisee

Dev`i·see' noun (Law) One to whom a devise is made, or real estate given by will.
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Devisee

A person or entity who inherits real estate under the terms of a will. Compare: legatee
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Devisee

A person to whom a devise has been made.
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Devisee

n. The person who receives real property through a gift in a will. The term covers those receiving any type of gift by a will since the distinction between gifts of real property and personal property is actually blurred.
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devisee

one to whom property is bequeathed in a will
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devisee

person to whom property is devised by will.
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