escheat

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The return of property of a deceased person to the state (originally to a feudal lord) where there are no legal heirs or claimants
to revert by this process
The property so reverted
Plunder, booty

Approching, with bold words and bitter threat, / Bad that same boaster, as he mote, on high / To leaue to him that Lady for excheat, / Or bide him battell without further treat.

{n} the falling of lands to the owner, or to the state by forfeiture or failure of heirs
{v} to fall to the owner or the state
A reversion of property to the state in those cases where an individual dies without heirs or devisees and without a will
a legal process in which someone's money and property are given to the state after they die if they do not have a will, or if there is nobody else with a legal right to receive their money or property (eschete, from escheoir , from cadere )
The reversion of title to a property to the state Can occur when an owner dies with no legal heirs or when a corporate owner is dissolved by act of law or by voluntary act while holding legal title to the property
Assignment of property to the state because there is no verifiable legal owner - typically, where there is no heir to property
The reversion of property to the state in the event the owner thereof dies leaving no will and having no legally qualified heir to whom the property may pass by lawful descent
Assignment of property to the state because there is no verifiable legal owner
The reversion of property to the state or county, as provided by law in cases where a decedent dies intestate without heirs capable of inheriting or when the property is abandoned
The reverting of property to the state in the absence of heirs or other claimants
property reverted to the state when no legal heirs or claimants exist
The falling back or reversion of lands, by some casualty or accident, to the lord of the fee, in consequence of the extinction of the blood of the tenant, which may happen by his dying without heirs, and formerly might happen by corruption of blood, that is, by reason of a felony or attainder
A reversion of property to the state in the absence of an individual owner   Usually occurs when a property owner dies intestate, and without heirs
The process by which a deceased person's property goes to the state if no heir can be found
- The reversion of property to the state when an owner dies leaving no legal heirs, devisees or claimants
The reversion of property to the state (in the United States) in case there are no devisees, legatees, heirs, or next of kin; originally applicable only to real property but now applicable to all kinds of property
The reverting of property to the estate when heirs capable of inheriting are lacking
The reversion of property to the state when an owner dies leaving go legal heirs, devisees or claimants
Lands which fall to the lord or the State by escheat
The reversion of property to the state in the event that the owner dies without leaving a will or legal heirs
{i} forfeiture of assets, requisition of property
The reversion of property to the state in the event that the owner dies without leaving a will and has no legal heirs
The transfer of property to the state because there are no beneficiaries or distributees to inherit the assets
The reverting of real property to the State, as original and ultimate proprietor, by reason of a failure of persons legally entitled to hold the same
the property that reverts to the state
Process whereby property of a decedent is given to the state because of no available heirs
The reversion of property to the state in the event the owner thereof dies without leaving a will (intestate) and has no heirs to whom the property may pass by lawful descent
the property that reverts to the state a reversion to the state (as the ultimate owner of property) in the absence of legal heirs
The reversion of property to the state when an owner dies leaving no legal heirs, devisees or claimants
The reverting of property to the state in the absence of heirs
Where property is returned to the government upon the death of the owner, because there is nobody to inherit the property Escheat is based on the Latin principle of dominion directum as was often used in the feudal system when a tenant died without heirs or if the tenant was convicted of a felony
The reversion of property to the state in event the owner thereof dies leaving no will and having no legally qualified heir to whom the property may pass by lawful descent
To forfeit
A writ, now abolished, to recover escheats from the person in possession
a reversion to the state (as the ultimate owner of property) in the absence of legal heirs
assigning property to the state when a person dies with no known beneficiaries or heirs
That which falls to one; a reversion or return To revert, or become forfeited, to the lord, the crown, or the State, as lands by the failure of persons entitled to hold the same, or by forfeiture
escheated
{s} reverted by escheat
escheat

    Расстановка переносов

    es·cheat

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ is-'chEt, ish-'chEt ] (noun.) 14th century. From past participle of Old French verb, from Late Latin ex, "out", "away", + verb cadere, "fall".

    Времена

    escheating, escheated

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