residuary bequest

Definition of "residuary bequest"
  1. A gift in a will that consists of the remaining assets after all specific and general gifts are distributed
How to use "residuary bequest" in a sentence
  1. After fulfilling all the specific allotments, the residuary bequest was left for the youngest son.
  2. The residuary bequest, including some real estate and cash, went to the charitable organization.
  3. She was surprised to find out that she was receiving the residuary bequest, which included the balance of the bank accounts.

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