conditional devise

noun

  • Decedents Estates Law/ Estate and Trusts Law

Definitions of conditional devise

  • a gift of real or immovable property left in a will by someone who has died which is dependent on the happening of some uncertain event

    To create a conditional devise within a will, a testator (=person who died leaving a will) must use clear and explicit language.

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