The Law of Inheritance Ab Intestato Shown by 96 Examples of Cases Under the South and North Holland Laws of Inheritance Ab Intestato: Illustrated by Genealogical Tables and the Methods of Division of Estates in Those Cases, According to Both of Those Laws

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Sweet and Maxwell, limited, 1908 - Inheritance and succession - 134 pages
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Page vii - There shall be no community of goods between husband and wife married after the commencement of this Ordinance as a consequence of marriage, either in respect of movable or immovable property.
Page 123 - D. 4, 5 7. stirpes, (') or by representation (in right of their deceased parents). 21. On failure of children and other descendants, the father and mother, if both are living, shall succeed their children as their universal heirs. 22. But the parents, or either of them, failing, the brothers and sisters of the deceased, and their children and grandchildren by representation, shall succeed to the estate of the deceased, f) 23.
Page 126 - All ascendants also failing, the descendants of brothers' and sisters' grandchildren, related to the deceased in the fifth or remoter...
Page 128 - STATES OF HOLLAND AND WEST VRIESLAND OF THE DOUBTS DAILY OCCURRING IN THE ORDINANCE or SUCCESSION, 13 MAY, 1594.
Page 125 - ... the father's side, and the other half with the half-brothers and sisters, their children and grandchildren...
Page vii - ... dies intestate, without leaving any child or descendant of any child him or her surviving.
Page 128 - ... are excluded from the succession of the deceased, but also all those who...
Page 123 - All descendants, father and mother, brothers and sisters, together with their children, grandchildren, and other descendants, being dead, then the uncles and aunts of the deceased, and their children by representation, or in stirpes, shall succeed.
Page 124 - Moreover, representation among the collaterals and relatives or kinsmen of one side, shall not go further than to brothers' and sisters' grandchildren and uncles
Page 124 - ... alive, shall succeed to their children or other descendants. 27. The property...

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