donatio causa mortis


donatio causa mortis
See gift causa mortis.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • donatio causa mortis — A gift of personal property made by a party in expectation of death, then imminent, subject to condition that donor die as anticipated; establishment of gift calls for proof of delivery. Scherer v. Hyland, 75 N.J. 127, 380 A.2d 698, 700. See… …   Black's law dictionary

  • donatio causa mortis — A gift of personal property made by a party in expectation of death, then imminent, subject to condition that donor die as anticipated; establishment of gift calls for proof of delivery. Scherer v. Hyland, 75 N.J. 127, 380 A.2d 698, 700. See… …   Black's law dictionary

  • causa mortis donatio — /koza mortas daneysh(iy)ow/ See causa mortis gift donatio mortis causa …   Black's law dictionary

  • causa mortis donatio — /koza mortas daneysh(iy)ow/ See causa mortis gift donatio mortis causa …   Black's law dictionary

  • gift causa mortis — A gift of personal property made in expectation of the donor s death and upon condition that the property shall belong fully to the donee in case the donor dies as anticipated, leaving the donee surviving him, and the gift is not in the meantime… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Donatio mortis causa — A donatio mortis causa (Latin, meaning gift on the occasion of death ) is a gift made during the life of the donor which is conditional upon, and takes effect upon, death (in the United States, it is often referred to as a gift causa mortis). It… …   Wikipedia

  • donatio mortis causa — See gift causa mortis …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • donatio mortis causa — n [Latin, literally, gift in contemplation of death]: donation mortis causa at donation Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • Mortis causa donatĭo — (lat.), eine Schenkung auf den Todesfall …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Donatĭo — (lat.), Schenkung (s. d.); d. ad pias causas, Schenkung zu frommen Zwecken; d. honoris causa, Ehrengabe; d. illicita, unerlaubte Schenkung; d. impropria, uneigentliche Schenkung (die keine reine ist, einen andern Zweck verhüllt); d. inofficiosa,… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon


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