Property law


What if an unborn child for whom Life interests have been created and is the ultimate beneficiary is miscarried at the time of the birth? Will his heirs get the property or that will be a case of reversion?
 
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CEO

The child that is never born is not considered a valid entity, the query is superfluous. Normally even while preparing a WILL or a TRUST for an unborn child a provision is made for the disposal the share of the unborn child in the event of a miscarriage. 

 
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Lawyer

what id your locus standi, concern for the examination hall question paper. Prima facie it is a time pass post.

 
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