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testate

1. Law having left a legally valid will at death
2. a person who dies testate
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146) For example, assume that Owner dies testate with his will leaving his SMLLC (e.
Unless the court directs otherwise, the personal representative of a testate estate must, upon written request, furnish a copy of the will and all codicils admitted to probate to any person on whom the notice of administration was served.
In these sampling campaigns, Golemansky (1983) investigated psammic testate amoebae from the Estonian coast of the Gulf of Finland, and Kutikova and Haberman (1986) determined the taxonomic composition of rotifers from the arenal zone of Lake Vortsjarv.
Deoarece comportamentul repetitiv este o trasatura caracteristica in autism, rozatoarele pot fi antrenate pana la adoptarea unor diverse sarcini rutinante, urmand a fi testate inainte si dupa schimbarea stimulului conditionant.
The evolutionary importance of the group has been highlighted by molecular evidence that the large radiation of monothalamids by far predates the first appearance of testate multi-chambered foraminifera in Cambrian sediments (Pawlowski et al.
Revealed quantitative predominance of attached ciliates (Epistylis, Opercularia, and Vorticella), occurrence of hypotrichs and predatory ciliates (Litonotus, Amphileptus), suctorians (Tokophria, Podophria), testate amoebae (Arcella and Centropyxis), the constant presence of rotifers, the presence of significant quantities of Oligochaeta of the Aeolosoma kind is an indicator of the process of nitrification of activated sludge, when the main part of the organic substrate has already mineralized.
ENGLISH MAN DONATES HIS ORGANS: The 61 year-old UK citizen Stephen Cecil Boulton, who has died due to brain tumor on Sunday in Turkish tourist destination of Bodrum, testate to donate his all organs.
Majority of civil law jurisdictions recognize two major methods of inheritance upon death: by the will (a testate succession) and by operation of law (an intestate succession).
Ollennu, The Law of Testate and Interstate Succession in Ghana, (London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1966).
If a person dies testate, or with a will, most states permit "interested" parties to challenge the will's validity.