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On December 10, 1950, Joseph Poisl, then 69 years of age, executed a witnessed will in which he declared that he was "unmarried" and had no children. He left a business property in Chicago to his two nieces; $5,000 cash to each niece; promissory notes to two nephews; a residence in San Diego and the personal property therein to "Emmie" also known as "Emma Blackburn" residing in Alhambra; the residue to the two nephews. It also provided that, except as specified in the will, he intentionally omitted to provide for his heirs living at the time of his death.

GENERE
Professionali e tecnici
PUBBLICATO
1955
15 marzo
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
7
EDITORE
LawApp Publishers
DIMENSIONE
61.4
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