A document spelling out what is to be done with the person’s (testator’s) belongings after she has died. Such document has no force while the person is alive and may be altered or revoked at any time, but becomes applicable at the time of the testator’s death to whatever the conditions of the estate are at the time of death. The difference between a deed and a will is that a deed passes an interest upon delivery, while a will is effective only on death.
Something inherited or to be inherited:
Property that is or can be inherited; an inheritance.
A talent, endowment, aptitude, or inclination:
The situation or circumstances of one's life:
That with which something is endowed; specif., any bequest or gift that provides an income for an institution or person
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