Definition of Intestacies

1. Noun. (plural of intestacy) ¹



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Definition of Intestacies

1. intestacy [n] - See also: intestacy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intestacies

interwoven
interwovenness
interwreathe
interwreathed
interwreathes
interwreathing
interzine
interzonal
interzonal mesenchyme
interzone
interzoo
interzygapophyseal
intestability
intestable
intestableness
intestacies (current term)
intestacy
intestate
intestates
intestinal
intestinal 15 kD protein
intestinal anastomosis
intestinal angina
intestinal anthrax
intestinal arterial arcades
intestinal arteries
intestinal artery
intestinal calcium-binding protein

Literary usage of Intestacies

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1. Probate and Administration, Law and Practice in Common Form and Contentious by William John Dixon (1885)
"Under wills interest, in intestacies right, ... ADMINISTRATION UNDER intestacies BY THE HUSBAND OF HIS WIFE'S ESTATE. The first persons to be considered ..."

2. A Digest of the Questions Asked at the Final Examination of Articled Clerks by Richard Hallilay (1884)
"... intestacies. Question.—What is the meaning of the term " dying intestate ? " Answer.—The meaning of the term " dying intestate" is dying without making ..."

3. An Introduction to Conveyancing, and the New Statutes Concerning Real by William Hayes (1840)
"... the Duties on Legacies, and Successions to Personal Estate upon intestacies, now payable in Great Britain; and for granting new Duties in lieu thereof. ..."

4. Reports of Law Cases Affecting Friendly Societies: Containing Most Important by John Diprose, Great Britain Courts, Joseph Gammon (1897)
"... and provident societies and to trade unions, to the Isle of Man, and may be cited as the Provident Nominations and Small intestacies Act, 1883. ..."

5. The Law Relating to the Duties on Probates and Letters of Administration in by Thomas Gwynne (1841)
"intestacies. THE office of an administrator, so far as regards the payment of legacy duty, is much more simple than that of an executor. ..."

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