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inheritable

Biology capable of being transmitted by heredity from one generation to a later one
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* Do they care about that asset being passed to future heirs in an inheritable form?
Parents faced with caring for a newborn with a debilitating, inheritable disease have won large settlements when practitioners failed to inform parents about available prenatal genetic tests that would have identified the condition prebirth, giving the parents the option of terminating the pregnancy.
The bench decided that legal heirs of deceased parents would be eligible to plead their pending cases which entailed only financial benefits inheritable by the legal heirs of the civil servant upon their demise.
As these gifts will not form part of your net inheritable estate, which is basically everything you leave behind less any debts and liabilities, this can eliminate or, at least help reduce your potential inheritance tax liability.
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for inheritable bleeding disorders and to preventing the complications of these disorders through education, advocacy and research.
One out of every twenty individuals carries a gene for Betathalassemia, making it one of the commonest inheritable disorders in Pakistan.
It has also been proposed to empower courts to decide the compensation amount for a wife and children from the husband's inherited and inheritable property once a marriage legally ends.
Familial AD is the inheritable form of AD with least prevalence among the three.
Protecting the Endangered Human: Toward an International Treaty Prohibiting Cloning and Inheritable Alterations.
The government amended the land code to establish inheritable and exchangeable land-use rights for the first time and adopted an integrated water resources management approach that allows the establishment of local river basin organizations and water user associations to better manage hydrological resources.
At the same time, many cautionary words have been said about the possibility of unintended bad effects of a manipulation of human genes that creates inheritable genetic changes.