תצהיר הסתלקות מעיזבון

English translation: withdrawal from inheritance

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Hebrew term or phrase:תצהיר הסתלקות מעיזבון
English translation:withdrawal from inheritance
Entered by: judithyf

17:01 Dec 12, 2010
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Law/Patents - Law (general) / law
Hebrew term or phrase: תצהיר הסתלקות מעיזבון
Any idea how this affidavit would be referred to?
KMichal
Local time: 10:23
withdrawal from inheritance
Explanation:
It is the legatee who withdraws, or repudiates his inheritance, rather than the testator who disinherits him.
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5 +1withdrawal from inheritance
judithyf
4Relinquishment of Inheritance Affidavit
Oded Libhaber
4declaration of disinheritance
Arthur Livingstone


  

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declaration of disinheritance


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Arthur Livingstone
Israel
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withdrawal from inheritance


Explanation:
It is the legatee who withdraws, or repudiates his inheritance, rather than the testator who disinherits him.

judithyf
Local time: 10:23
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Relinquishment of Inheritance Affidavit


Explanation:
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    Reference: http://www.inheritance-law.co.il/inheritance-under-law/heir-...
    Reference: http://www.acsberlin.de/index.php/en/services/notary
Oded Libhaber
Israel
Local time: 10:23
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Native speaker of: Native in HebrewHebrew
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