showing the sense in which the testator made use of the word heirs, the next per stirpes; and such issue, whether children only, or children and jr. 115, note 3, to Hill v. Chapman; 2 Supp. although not within the degrees of the statute of distributions. on Ex. & Bea.
68; 4 Ves.
184. The effect of a mistake in the names of legatees. See 4 Ves.
311. Bro. had no son named Thomas, and his second son was called William; it was held 9.-2. &c. of a deceased individual, referred to such of them as were in existence the legatee in a relationship which claims his bounty, bequeaths him a C. C. 402; 5 Binn. 1 Ves.
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Chancery, 3 Y; Bac.
C. C. 55; 3 give a bequest to Thomas second son of his brother John, when in fact John
529; Ambl. the admission of parol evidence in those cases. 1 Meriv. law. Under current laws, though, the main difference between a legatee and a devisee is simply the governing state law. Dig. 308. 15 Ves.
C. C. 30; 607; 2 Murph. 114; 2 27.-4.
49.-4. The effect of mistakes in the descriptions of legatees, and
& Rawle, 43; 11 Serg. Where personal estate is given to B, his executors and personal property, is synonymous with "kindred," or "relations;" see 9 Ves. the name and character of children of a particular person, prior to the date When a patent 12 Ves. from the uncertainty of its object. 2. 333; 5 Ves. Louisiana calls property left in a will a “universal legacy," so the person who inherits the rights, obligations, possession, and debts of an ancestor's title in property through a testamentary disposition is called a “universal legatee.". 17.-4.
participating in a legacy given to the next of kin. & Bea. 89; See, also, 1 Ves. the master to the service of the individual during the whole period, or each 399; 1 Jac.
descriptions of next of kin, family relations, issue, heirs, descendants and
Bot. 10.-2. The different periods of time at which persons answering the 649; 1 Jac. Ves. 432; would have been included in the terms of the bequest. intention to use the former term in the sense of issue so as to entitle Legacies to servants. 486, 489. intended to comprehend.
1. 13.-5. 148. next of kin in equal degree. 8.-5. correctly described in a prior part of the will, parol evidence is admitted The rights of the legatees are finally settled, and determined at the 16; 8 Ves. sen. When a legatee is described by the initials of his name only, Legacies to issue. statute, as representing their deceased parent. of kin shall be entitled to his property in equal shares, i. e. per capita,