universal legacy

Definition of "universal legacy"
  1. A dictate in Louisiana's civil law where a person directing a will passes on all of their assets to one or more inheritors upon their demise
How to use "universal legacy" in a sentence
  1. In the will, a universal legacy was created, leaving the entire estate to the surviving spouse.
  2. The universal legacy clause in the document ensures all assets will be transferred to the designated beneficiaries after death.
  3. Due to a disagreement, they were removed from the universal legacy, causing all estate properties to be transferred to the other siblings.

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