particular legacy

Definition of "particular legacy"
  1. A specific gift that is described in a will, which is neither a universal legacy (an inheritance of all assets) nor a legacy under a universal title (a group of assets). It's also referred to as a legacy under a particular title in the state of Louisiana
How to use "particular legacy" in a sentence
  1. In her will, she left a particular legacy of her art collection to the local museum.
  2. The antique car was passed down to the grandson as a particular legacy from his grandfather.
  3. In his will, he specified a particular legacy, his beach house, to his favorite charity.

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