universal title

Definition of "universal title"
  1. It refers to the ownership obtained through the death-related transfer of a certain percentage, such as one-fourth, of all properties or a certain category of properties of the deceased. The recipient is thereby established as a universal heir upon the death of the property owner
How to use "universal title" in a sentence
  1. Upon her aunt's demise, Sally became the universal title holder of half of her aunt's real estate assets.
  2. The will outlined that the universal title of all his intellectual properties should pass to his nephew.
  3. Under the law, he could not claim the universal title without the will explicitly stating such terms.

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