To give or leave by will; to give by testament; -- said especially of personal property.
To leave property to somebody in a willâ€¢ Death
to leave property to a beneficiary by means of a will.
To transfer, by will, personal property such as cash, securities, or other intangible or tangible personal property. Charitable Deduction: The value of a charitable contribution that can be deducted by an individual for income tax purposes. Charitable Stock Contribution: A contribution of stock or securities delivered to a bona fide charitable institution for which an individual receives an income tax deduction based upon the stock's current market value.
If you bequeath something, you leave it to someone in your will. You cannot bequeath land or real property but you can devise them.
To leave someone something in a Will. Same as devise.
To transfer property to an heir through a will.
a term used to describe leaving personal property to a beneficiary through the means of a will.If you wish to leave real property to a beneficiary, this is called devising.
To transfer personal property to another by a will.
leave or give by will after one's death; "My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry"; "My grandfather left me his entire estate"
To leave personal property to another by will. To leave real property by will is to devise.
Leave to a person by a will.
To give or hand down by will; to leave by will.
to give personal property to a person in a will
To leave or give (personal property) by will.
To dispose of personal property through a Will.
To leave property in a will (strictly, personal estate) - see Devise
To give property through a will.
To give personal property by will (not real property).
Pass property or personal effects to another through a will.
To make a gift of personal property in a will.
term appearing in a will meaning to leave or give property as specified therein to another person or organization.
A term used to give property in a will.
To leave an item of personal property to a certain person in a will (see "Devise", which refers to gifts of land in this context).
To give personal property by a will.
To give, hand down, or leave by a will.
To dispose by will of personal property, especially money.
To leave money or property (other than land) to someone in a Will.
(property). To leave (property) under a will.
To leave or give (property) by a will. To pass (something) on to another; hand down.
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To specify by will the recipient of personal property. Compare devise.
To transfer property to named heirs through a will.
You "bequeath" (leave) an asset to someone in a will.
To transfer personal property through a will.
To gift or transfer personal property to another party, executed via a will
A legal term sometimes used in wills that means "leave" -- for example, "I bequeath my garden tools to my brother-in-law, Buster Jenkins."