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Possibly, but probably not in this case It is possible to make an estate the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or an annuity. For example, it is common to have the decadent's own estate to be a beneficiary or contingent beneficiary. However, to the best of my understanding, this happens only when an estate is explicitly specified, such as "John ...


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No Pennsylvania law ยง 2104 requires: (10) Requirement that heir survive decedent for five days.--Any person who fails to survive the decedent by five days shall be deemed to have predeceased the decedent for purposes of intestate succession and the decedent's heirs shall be determined accordingly. Now, a will can provide contingencies for if an heir ...


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The default provision is that the uncle has to survive the grandfather for his estate to inherit. A will or trust can have contrary language (sometimes requiring survival by 120 hours to 6 months) but it would be unusual for a non-spouse inheritor to have to survive by more than 120 hours. In the case of a beneficiary designation on a life insurance annuity, ...


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Generally a car must be registered in the state where it is normally or usually garaged or parked, its "home base". If the car stays in Texas it should be registered in Texas, but if the car is with you in PA it should be registered in PA. One reason for this is that insurance coverage is based on the address where the car is normally kept. If the ...


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That's a very poorly written law! Unless they have defined 'fit' elsewhere as completely different to an ordinary interpretation of that word. A master key is designed to operate two or more locks with different normal keys using the same action as a normal key. I assume the omitted exceptions were about vehicle manufacturers or supply chain vehicle handlers ...


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