intestacy

The situation where a person dies without making a will fully disposing of all his assets. The administration of "intestate" estate is governed by the Administration of Estates Act 1925

Intestacy

The state of dying intestate i.e. without having made a valid will. This may be because the testator failed to make a will at all; or because his will does not make any effective disposition of property (total intestacy); or because his will effectively disposes of some, but not all, of his property (partial intestacy). The distribution of the inte...
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Intestacy

An estate where there is no will and the law therefore directs who inherits.
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Intestacy

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intestacy

Absence of a will at a person's death. Special legal rules apply on intestacy for appointing administrators to deal with the deceased person's affairs, and for disposing of the deceased person's...
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Intestacy

A situation in which a person dies without leaving a valid will. The person is said to die intestate.
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Intestacy

If a person dies without leaving a will, the assets of the deceased's estate pass under the intestacy rules. These vary according to whether or not there is a surviving spouse, or surviving children, parents, brothers and sisters and so on. If a person's will does not deal with all of the assets of the estate, there may be a partial intestacy.
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intestacy

If a person dies without leaving a will, the assets of the deceased's estate pass under the intestacy rules. These vary according to whether or not there is a surviving spouse, or surviving children, parents, brothers and sisters and so on. If a person's will does not deal with all of the assets of the estate, there may be a partial intestacy. The ...
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Intestacy

In·tes'ta·cy noun [ From Intestate .] The state of being intestate, or of dying without having made a valid will. Blackstone.
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Intestacy

• (n.) The state of being intestate, or of dying without having made a valid will.
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intestacy

intestacy The condition of having died without making a legally valid will.
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Intestacy

It is the term used in law when a person dies without a Will or a valid Will. As per the law of Descent and Distribution, the excess estate above the debts of the person dies intestecy, the estate is distributed.A Public Administrator is appointed to do the Justice.
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intestacy

n. the condition of having died without a valid will. In such a case if the dead party has property it will be distributed according to statutes, primarily by the law of descent and distribution and others dealing with marital property and community property. In probate the administration of the estate of a person without a will is handled by an ad...
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Intestacy

In law, intestacy is the condition of a person who dies without having left any will at all, or having left one not legally valid, or such a will that nobody becomes heir under it.
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intestacy

Absence of a will at a person's death. Special legal rules apply on intestacy for appointing administrators to deal with the deceased person's affairs, and for disposing of the deceased person's property in accordance with statutory provisions
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Intestacy

An estate where the person died intestate.
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Intestacy

Intestacy is the condition of the estate of a person who dies owning property greater than the sum of their enforceable debts and funeral expenses without having made a valid will or other binding declaration. Alternatively this may also apply where a will or declaration has been made, but only applies to part of the estate, the remaining estate f...
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