The revocation or depriving them of of a grant contribution history or even the love
- The revocation or removing of a grant contribution, history, or even the like.
n. the act of adeeming, which is revoking (getting rid of) something special pointed out in a will by destruction, or selling or giving out the gift before death.
The revocation, remembering, or termination of a legacy, based on the apparent purpose associated with testator, implied by the legislation from functions carried out by him inside the life, though such acts usually do not amount to an express revocation from it Kenaday v. Sinnott, 179 TJ. S. GOO, 21 Sup. Ct. 233, 45 L. Ed. 339; Burnham v. Comfort, 108 N. Y. 535, 15 N. E. 710, 2 Am. St. Rep. 402; Tanton v. Keller, 107 111. 129, 47 N. E. 370; Cowles v. Cowles, 5
Situation in which a house bequeathed to you during writing of a will may not be used in her or him upon the loss of the will manufacturer (testator) because it is no further an integral part of the testator's estate. It may possibly be caused by the destruction, loss, or sale associated with the bequest in the intervening duration.
(letter.) The revocation or depriving them of of a grant contribution, legacy, or even the want.