ademption definition

  • noun:
    • The disposal by a testator of certain residential property bequeathed inside the or the woman might in order to invalidate the bequest.
    • into the legislation of wills, the dedication of what the results are when home left under a will is no much longer in the testator's estate if the testator dies.
    • The revocation or taking away of a grant, contribution, legacy, or the love.
    • in-law, the revocation of a grant, donation, or perhaps the love; specifically, the lapse of a legacy, by the testator's gratifying it by delivery or repayment towards the legatee before their death, or
    • by their otherwise coping with finished . bequeathed so as to manifest an intent to revoke the bequest. See adeem.

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