vulgar substitution

Definition of "vulgar substitution"
  1. It is a provision in a will that assigns a secondary beneficiary, who receives the inheritance if the primary heir either rejects it or has passed away before the will's execution
How to use "vulgar substitution" in a sentence
  1. The legal advisor suggested incorporating a vulgar substitution in the will to ensure the estate goes to the desired person if the primary beneficiary cannot accept it.
  2. When crafting the will, understanding the concept of vulgar substitution is crucial in order to avoid legal complications upon the will-maker's demise.
  3. If there is a possibility that the primary heir may not accept the inheritance, a vulgar substitution can be used to ensure the assets go to an alternate beneficiary.

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