particular successor

Definition of "particular successor"
  1. A specific individual or entity who inherits rights and responsibilities related only to a particular property given by the previous property title holder, maintains it with full rights, and is not obligated to pay off any debts of the inherited property
How to use "particular successor" in a sentence
  1. The new home owner became a particular successor when they took possession of the property.
  2. Upon the property's conveyance, the buyer immediately became the particular successor.
  3. As a donee from the previous owner, she stepped into the role of particular successor, facing no liabilities from the property's previous debts.

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