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One who benefits from the distribution, especially of an estate

If any beneficiary does not survive the Settlor for a period of 30 days then the Trustee shall distribute that beneficiary’s share to the surviving beneficiaries by right of representation.

One who benefits or receives an advantage

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one who is lawfully entitled to the profits and proceeds of an estate or property
{n} one who has or holds a benefice
the recipient of funds or other benefits
A feudatory or vassal; hence, one who holds a benefice and uses its proceeds
The person designated to receive the income from a trust, estate, or a deed of trust
the recipient of funds or other benefits having or arising from a benefice; "a beneficiary baron
A person who is not a party to a contract who is designated by a party to receive the benefits of the contract
The person or entity, such as a trust fund, named in a life insurance policy as the recipient of policy proceeds in the event of the policyholder's death
A person who receives the benefits from the gifts or acts of another, such as one who is designated to receive the proceeds from a will, insurance policy or trust
having or arising from a benefice; "a beneficiary baron"
A person who receives benefits from the gifts or acts of another, as in the case of one designated to receive the proceeds from a will, insurance policy, or trust; the real owner, as opposed to the trustee who holds only legal title With a trust, the trustee holds the legal title, but the beneficiary enjoys the benefits of ownership
The person designated or provided for by an insurance policy's terms to receive any benefits provided by the policy or plan upon the death of the insured
One benefits from the distribution, especially of an estate
A person, persons or trust designated to receive the plan benefits of a participant in the event of the participant's death
{i} one who benefits from something
Holding some office or valuable possession, in subordination to another; holding under a feudal or other superior; having a dependent and secondary possession
The Person who is entitled to receive funds of property under the terms and provisions of a will, trust, insurance policy or security instrument In connection with a mortgage loan the beneficiary is the lender
A person who is eligible for or receiving benefits under an insurance policy or plan
The person designated to receive the income from a trust, estate or deed of trust
The person(s) you designate to receive a benefit upon your death A beneficiary can be any person, persons, or entity capable of taking and holding property Depending on the insurance, retirement, and/or savings plans in which you are enrolled, you have a number of opportunities to designate beneficiaries If you are a UCRP member, your beneficiary(s) receive a minimum of a $7,500 death benefit and any CAP balance Use form UBEN 114 to designate your beneficiary(s) The beneficiary(s) of your DC Plan and Tax-Deferred 403(b) Plan receive any accumulations in your plans Use form UBEN 114 to designate your beneficiary(s) If you are enrolled in Basic Life, Core Life, Supplemental Life and/or AD&D, you may name beneficiary(s) by completing form UPAY 718 You may name different beneficiaries for each planexcept DC Pretax and After-Tax Plans, which must have the same beneficiary(s)and you may name more than one beneficiary for each plan
A person who receives the benefits of a trust or of transfers under your will
The person, people, estate, trust or organization you choose to receive a benefit if you die while covered by life insurance or accidental death & dismemberment insurance at Stanford You are automatically the beneficiary of your dependent's coverage unless you submit a written designation
The person(s) named in the policy to receive the whole or standard life insurance benefits upon the death of the insured
Bestowed as a gratuity; as, beneficiary gifts
the semantic role of the intended recipient who benefits from the happening denoted by the verb in the clause
A person named in a will to receive certain property of the testator Also, a person who receives income or assets from a trust
A person designated by a pension plan participant to receive all or a portion of the pension benefit after the participant dies
Someone who is a beneficiary of something is helped by it. The main beneficiaries of pension equality so far have been men. = recipient
(1) One entitled to the benefit of a trust; (2) One who receives profit from an estate, the title of which is vested in a trustee; (3) The lender on the security of a note and deed of trust
A person who is eligible to receive insurance benefits
The person or party entitled to receive the benefits, or proceeds, of the life insurance policy upon the death of the insured person
The person or persons designated to receive a death benefit and/or pension to be paid upon the death of a member or pensioner The beneficiary can be the same for both the death benefit and retirement option or the member may choose a different beneficiary for each
One who receives anything as a gift; one who receives a benefit or advantage; esp
(1) Person named by the participant in an insurance policy or pension plan to receive any benefits provided by the plan if the participant dies (2) A person designated by a participant, or by the terms of an employee benefit plan, who is or may become entitled to a benefit thereunder
One or more people or organizations named to receive the death benefit of a life insurance policy, payable when the insured dies For example, a person could name his or her parents, spouse and/or children as a beneficiary; an organization could be named the beneficiary if a company purchases a life insurance policy on a "key" person, such as a CEO or Executive Director The beneficiary must be someone with an insurable interest in the insured, meaning, generally, that the insured's life must provide some financial value to the beneficiary
one who receives help or income from an educational fund or a trust estate
The person designated to receive the death benefit when the insured dies
A natural person who is entitled to receive all or part of a benefit payment The beneficiary may or may not be the recipient
The beneficiaries of a will are legally entitled to receive money or property from someone when that person dies. Person or entity (e.g., a charity or estate) that receives a benefit from something (e.g., a trust, life-insurance policy, or contract). A primary beneficiary receives proceeds from a trust or insurance policy before any other. A contingent beneficiary receives proceeds upon the occurrence of a specified event, such as the death of the primary beneficiary. A direct beneficiary is a third party whom contracting individuals intend to benefit from a contract; an incidental beneficiary benefits without that being the contracting individuals' intention
beneficiary account
bank account set up for the benefit of someone else
Persons who receive health care benefits that are paid for by a third-party fiscal intermediary, such as Medicare, Medicaid, HMOs, indemnity insurance companies, etc
The individual(s) or organization(s) a member chooses to receive his or her IMRF death benefits Refer to IMRF Form 6 11, "Designation of Beneficiary," for details Most IMRF members also complete a new designation of beneficiary form after they retire
Aliens on whose behalf a U S citizen, legal permanent resident, or employer have filed a petition for such aliens to receive immigration benefits from the U S Immigration and Naturalization Service Beneficiaries generally receive a lawful status as a result of their relationship to a U S citizen, lawful permanent resident, or U S employer
In a Living Trust, the persons and/or organizations who receive the Trust assets (or benefit from the Trust assets) after the death of the Trust Grantor
The beneficiaries are those who gain social and/or economic advantage from the technology, methodology or knowledge transfer activities of proposed project They may be identified as, for example, the household, the village community or the global community
the individuals covered within a health care plan In a publicly funded system, the beneficiaries are residents of a jurisdiction or members of a social insurance system; in a private plan, they are enrollees of the insurance plan
In a living trust, the person and/or organizations who receive the Trust assets (or benefit from the Trust Assets) after the death of the Trust Grantor
those people who directly benefit from project activities The term "the community" is used for those who indirectly and directly benefit
plural of beneficiary
those receiving some benefit/ advantage from an activity or project (see also: Actors; Stakeholders) The beneficiary is not necessarily the party that receives, or manages, the funds for a project
The individuals, groups or organisations who, in their own view and whether targeted or not, benefit directly or indirectly from the development intervention In this Guide, they are referred to as the primary stakeholders of a project
are the people who get the cash
those receiving some benefit/advantage from an activity or project (see also Stakeholders)
Individuals and/or institutions whose situation is supposed to improve (the target group), and others whose situation may improve It also means a limited group among the stakeholders who will directly or indirectly benefit from the project An approach to information gathering that places the emphasis on the perceptions of the principal actors Qualitative research methods are stressed, including direct and unobtrusive observation methods and interviewing, including semi-structured and open-conversation interviews
contingent beneficiary
beneficiary whose right to receive benefits will only start if a particular event takes place in the future
direct beneficiary
person designated to receive funds or property (from a trust, insurance policy, etc.)
incidental beneficiary
factor that reaps the benefits of a contract in manner that was not originally intended
primary beneficiary
(Insurance) first person eligible to receive the insurance payments to be paid by a policy; first person to benefit from inheritance or trust fund money
secondary beneficiary
second person eligible to receive insurance payouts or money from a trust fund in the event that the primary beneficiary cannot receive them
successive beneficiary
person whose eligibility to receive insurance money or inheritance is realized when the eligibility of the primary recipient ends (by death, for instance)
trustee-beneficiary relation
the responsibility of a trustee to act in the best interests of the beneficiary
ultimate beneficiary
recipient of a trust fund at the time of its division