uniform probate code 2-502
- N.D.C.C. § 30.1-08-02 - (2-502) Execution - Witnessed Wills - Holographic Wills
Formalizing gratuitous and contractual transfers: a situational theory.
...(209) Finally, under the Uniform Probate Code's provision, codified in twenty-one ...
1 F.3d 830 (9th Cir. 1993), 91-55692, Wells Fargo Bank v. United States
... charitable deduction under Internal Revenue Code Sec. 2055. The estate then applied for a refund ...See Uniform Probate Code Sec. 2-502. But they are physically ...
- Testamentary Formalism in Louisiana: Curing Notarial Will Defects Through a Likelihood-of-Fraud Analysis
Free will to will? A case for the recognition of intestacy rights for survivors to a same-sex marriage or civil union.
... that this method is valid and that the probate court will follow their testamentary plans, or ... major policies underlying model probate codes. (78) First and foremost, they attempt to reflect ..., leading to a "stunning lack of uniformity of treatment of surviving same-sex partners." ...
Are Military Testamentary Instruments Unconstitutional? Why Compliance With State Testamentary Formality Requirements Remains Essential
... form, formality, or recording before probate that is provided for testamentary ... of drafting military wills-assuring uniform acceptance to probate-it actually creates ... counterpart of the same year, the Judicial Code of the English Court of Chancery, recognized a ...
3. Judicial Intervention . Recall that California Probate Code section 11604.5 allows judges to strike down "grossly unreasonable" ...(205) There is also no uniform maximum rate, although the ceiling for consumer loans (206) in most ...
Partial Harmless Error for Wills: Evidence From California
In many legal systems, the Wills Act requires testators to memorialize their wishes in a signed and witnessed writing. For centuries, courts insisted on strict compliance with these fussy statutory requirements. But in 1975, South Australia adopted the harmless error rule, which permits judges to forgive execution defects if there is compelling evidence that a decedent intended a document to be...
- C.R.S § 15-14-705 - Execution of power of attorney
- Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 190B, § 2-502 - Execution of wills
- HRS § 560:2-502 - Execution; witnessed wills; holographic wills
- HRS § 560:2-506 - Choice of law as to execution
- HRS § 560:3-303 - Informal probate; proof and findings required
- Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 190B, § 3-303 - Informal probate; proof and findings required
Rethinking the intersection of inheritance and the law of tenancy in common.
... months after I die, when my estate is probated, the four children will "duke it out" in ... of the driving concerns behind the 1990 Uniform Probate Code and its subsequent amendments. (119) ...
- HRS § 560:2-503 - Writings intended as wills, etc
- NMS § 45-2-502 - Execution; witnessed wills
- Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 190B, § 2-506 - Choice of law as to execution
- C.R.S § 15-11-503 - Writings intended as wills
- C.R.S § 15-11-504 - Self-proved will
- C.R.S § 15-11-1201 - Short title
- C.R.S § 15-11-1214 - Tax-qualified disclaimer
- C.R.S § 15-11-1203 - Scope
- C.R.S § 15-11-1218 - Severability
- C.R.S § 15-11-1202 - Definitions