heir

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} varis

O bir varisi olmadan öldü. - He died without an heir.

Tek çocuk olduğu için, o tek varisti. - Being an only child, he was the sole heir.

mirasçı

Tom mirasçı bırakmadan öldü. - Tom died without heirs.

Türkiye, Osmanlı Devleti'nin mirasçısıdır. - Turkey is the heir of Ottoman Empire.

kalıtçı
(Kanun) kendisine miras kalan şahıs
{i} vâris, mirasçı, kalıtçı
(Hukuk) yasal mirasçı
heir apparent
veliaht
heir presumptive
(Kanun) meşru mirasçı
heir apparent
meşru mirasçı
heir at law
yasal mirasçı
heir presumptive
muhtemel varis
heir to
mirasçı için
heir at law
yasal varis
heir by adoption
(Kanun) evlat edinilmiş mirasçı
heir of the blood
(Kanun) kan bağı yoluyla varis
heir to
(Fiili Deyim ) -in mirasçısı olmak , -i miras olarak almak
heir to a tradition
(Askeri) Bir aramayı devam ettirmak
heir to the throne
tahtın varisi
institution of heir
(Kanun) mirasçı nasbi
valid heir
yasal mirasçı
joint heir
müşterek mirasçı
legal heir
kanuni mirasçı
reversionary heir
art mirasçı
sole heir
tek mirasçı
coheir, joint heir, parcener
ortak mirasçı, ortak mirasçı, miras hissedarı
collateral heir
(Kanun) ikinci dereceden varis
general heir
(Kanun) genel mirasçı
instituted heir
(Kanun) kanuni mirasçı
joint heir
mirasta ortak
joint heir
(Kanun) birlikte mirasçı
last heir
(Kanun) son kanuni mirasçı
limited heir
(Kanun) ön mirasçı
limited heir
(Kanun) sınırlı mirasçı
natural heir
(Ticaret) doğal mirasçı
remainder heir
(Kanun) namzet mirasçı
son and heir
tek oğul
son and heir
ilk oğul
unknown heir
(Kanun) meçhul mirasçı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A successor in a role, representing continuity with the predecessor
Someone who inherits, or is designated to inherit, the property of another
One who inherits, or has been designated to inherit, a hereditary title or office
{v} to inherit, take by descent
{n} he who inherits by law
A person who inherits all or part of the estate of another person
One who inherits property
a person who inherits property at the time of another's death; a beneficiary
A person legally entitled to receive property from a deceased through inheritance
A person who inherits real property; to be distinguished from next of kin and from distributee An heir of the body is an heir in the direct line of the decedent A son, for example, is the heir of the body of his father or mother See also Collateral Heir ; Direct Heir ; Next of Kin
person who inherits something, as in: The heir chose to put the castle up for sale
An heir is someone who has the right to inherit a person's money, property, or title when that person dies. the heir to the throne. One who inherits or is entitled to succeed to the possession of property after the death of its owner. In most jurisdictions, statutes of descent determine transfer of title to property if no will names the recipient. One may be either heir apparent or heir presumptive during the lifetime of the property holder. An heir apparent's right to an inheritance cannot be voided or undone except by exclusion under a valid will. An heir presumptive's right to inherit may be defeated by the birth of a nearer relative. In Britain, the heir apparent of the monarch is the eldest son. If there are no sons, the eldest daughter is heiress presumptive. See also primogeniture
The person who inherits property
Person who inherits the property of a decedent
One who is entitled by law to receive part of your estate
One who inherits from the estate of a person who has died
one who inherits property from the estate of a deceased person who died without a will
A person who is entitled by law to the property, rights, privileges or position of another person if that other person dies without a will (intestate)
Person who inherits or is entitled to succeed to the possession of property after the death of its owner
A person who inherits or receives property from someone who has died
a person who is entitled by law or by the terms of a will to inherit the estate of another
person who succeeds, by the rules of law, to an estate upon the death of an ancestor; one with rights to inherit an estate
a person who inherits, or is entitled by law to inherit, the estate of another
a person who inherits property from a deceased person
One who by law, rather than by will, receives the estate of a deceased person
An individual who inherits some or all of the estate of a deceased person by virtue of being in the direct line of descent, or being designated in a will or by legal authority The term is often applied to those who would inherit by will, deed, or operation of law
{i} one who inherits the property or position of another, inheritor, successor, beneficiary
A person who is entitled to the real property of a deceased person who died intestate (left no will)
The person entitled to distribution of an asset or property interest under applicable state law, in the absence of a Will (Note that "heir" and "beneficiary" are not synonymous, though they may refer to the same individual in a particular case ) Your heirs are the ones who will inherit your property if you die with no valid Will or Trust in effect
a person who inherits some title or office
Someone who inherits assets from an estate of another who has died without a will
A person entitled by law to inherit part or all of the estate of an ancestor who died without leaving a valid will
One who inherits, or is entitled to succeed to the possession of, any property after the death of its owner; one on whom the law bestows the title or property of another at the death of the latter
a person due to inherit
One who receives any endowment from an ancestor or relation; as, the heir of one's reputation or virtues
To inherit; to succeed to
A person who inherits property (According to state law scheme of ditribution) from a person who dies intestate
heir apparent
Someone who will definitely inherit, assuming he survives the one from whom he is inheriting
heir presumptive
Someone who will inherit only if no better choice for an heir is born
heir apparent
The heir apparent to a particular job or position is the person who is expected to have it after the person who has it now. An heir whose right to inheritance is indefeasible by law provided he or she survives an ancestor
heir apparent
heir whose right to receive an inheritance cannot be changed by the birth of another heir as long as he or she outlives that person (Law); person who is expected to inherit the position or status of another
heir apparent
an heir whose right to an inheritance cannot be defeated if that person outlives the ancestor
heir presumptive
An heir whose claim can be defeated by the birth of a closer relative before the death of the ancestor
heir presumptive
a person who expects to inherit but whose right can be defeated by the birth of a nearer relative
heir-at-law
{i} legal inheritor
heir-at-law
the person legally entitled to inherit the property of someone who dies intestate
laughing heir
In the law of inheritance, an heir who is legally entitled to inherit the property of a person who has died, even though that heir is only distantly related to the deceased, and therefore has no reason to feel bereaved over the death
laughing heir statute
A statute that prohibits inheritance from passing to an heir that is too distantly removed from the deceased
laughing heir statutes
plural form of laughing heir statute
pretermitted heir
A person who would likely stand to inherit under a will, except that the testator did not know of the party or of the relationship at the time the will was written
executor-heir relation
the responsibility of an executor (or administrator) of an estate to act in the best interests of the heir
heirs
The individuals and organizations named in your trust, will or determined by law who receive your ESTATE
heirs
Those entitled by law or by the terms of a will to inherit property from another
heirs
The persons who take property at death of an owner who dies without a valid will
heirs
Persons who are entitled by law to inherit your estate if you don't leave a Will, or any person or institution named in your Will
heirs
Persons entitled to a portion of a decedent’s estate
heirs
The persons who receive your assets following your death Hostile takeover: A takeover that occurs without the approval of the target corporation's board of directors
heirs
Persons who inherit from another by operation of law where there is no valid Will
heirs
Those who inherit property either by will or succession
heirs
The persons who receive your assets following your death
heirs
plural of heir
heirs
The collective term for Duke and Duchess game pieces {Refer to ABDICATION and ASSUMPTION }
heirs
The persons designated by statute to receive an estate where there is no will
legal heir
lawful heir, one who inherits or is legally entitled to inherit
linear heir
immediate offspring of a deceased person who is entitled by law to inheritance
only heir
sole inheritor, only person that receives inheritance
presumptive heir
assumed inheritor
rightful heir
person who is lawfully the inheritor
heir