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avancement d'hoirie

English translation: Advancement

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10:16 Aug 9, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
French term or phrase: avancement d'hoirie
Could someone translate this term and also tell me the context that it is used in, please?
Ben Herman
English translation:Advancement
Explanation:
Hello,

Yes I can help you with this term. It is a judicial term. It means advancement.

I hope this helps you. Good luck with the rest of your translation.
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na"advancement of inheritance"Heathcliff
naFuture InheritanceTelesforo Fernandez
naAdvancementabrir


  

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15 mins
Advancement


Explanation:
Hello,

Yes I can help you with this term. It is a judicial term. It means advancement.

I hope this helps you. Good luck with the rest of your translation.

abrir
PRO pts in pair: 56

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Heathcliff
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20 mins
Future Inheritance


Explanation:
SEE THE TEXT BELOW FOR CONTEXT YOU ASKED FOR :
Whilst inheritance rights are not normally exercised until the estate-owner's death, that is at a time when family life undergoes a change or even comes to an end, this does not mean that no issue
concerning such rights may arise before the death: the distribution of the estate may be settled, and in practice fairly often is settled, by the making of a will or of a gift on account of a future inheritance (avance d'hoirie); it therefore represents a feature of family life that cannot be disregarded.

Telesforo Fernandez
Local time: 13:21
PRO pts in pair: 216

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Heathcliff
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5 hrs
"advancement of inheritance"


Explanation:
is the standard French legal meaning, as suggested above; i.e., the pre-decease distribution of part or all of an estate by the testator. -- However, in Switzerland it refers to a joint legacy, and the term "l'hoirie" refers to all of the legatees considered collectively.

(You had already chosen an answer when I saw your query, but I hope this information will help you with your translation.)

Heathcliff
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PRO pts in pair: 953
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