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One could imagine a woman giving a ring to a girl going off to college. Then later, the woman asks for it back saying that it was her mother’s ring and obviously it was just given to use temporarily so that the girl would make a good impression with her classmates (maybe the girl didn’t have good jewelry of her own) and not to keep. But it sounds like you (1)...


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Sarah, thanks for your question. You have asked this on the Legal forum; and whilst there might be many moral or ethical considerations surrounding your situation - I'll try to deal with the legal principles here - which are distinct from what people consider 'fair' in the common sense of the word - simply discussing the legal basis of what you are asking. ...


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Rental contracts with more than one tenant are usually written in a way that the tenants are "Gesamtschuldner" (joint debtors). That means the landlord can request any contractual obligations from any one of the tenants at their discretion. So if one contract partner is deceased, then the landlord can demand that the remaining tenant fulfills any ...


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In Germany, the assets and liabilities of the deceased (including, I think, contractual rights and obligations) pass immediately to the heirs - there is no probate or deceased estate as there is in common law jurisdictions. In your circumstances, the rights and obligations of B pass immediately to C. Therefore, A & C are required to do whatever it is ...


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According to this list, there are at least nine people on death row in federal prisons for killing a fellow inmate. Since there are many more people in state prisons, I assume there are even more people on death row in state prisons. Unfortunately, the only lists I found that included state prisons were woefully incomplete (ie, the Wikipedia list of people ...


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