reciprocal wills

reciprocal wills
n. Wills prepared and signed close in time, with mutual and interchangeable bequests, generally between spouses.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.

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  • reciprocal wills — Wills in which the testators name each other as beneficiaries under similar testamentary plans. Anno: 169 ALR 13. Wills may be strictly reciprocal, each testator leaving his or her entire estate to the survivor, and they may depart from strict… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • reciprocal wills — noun plural : mutual wills …   Useful english dictionary

  • reciprocal — re·cip·ro·cal /ri si prə kəl/ adj 1 a: mutual (2) b: bilateral a reciprocal contract 2: characterized by correspondence or equivalence es …   Law dictionary

  • reciprocal — Given or owed mutually as between two persons; interchanged. Reciprocal obligations are those due from one person to another and vice versa. See also reciprocity reciprocal contract @ reciprocal dealing arrangement As included within prohibitions …   Black's law dictionary

  • double wills — Another term for reciprocal wills in which the testators name each other as beneficiaries under similar testamentary plans. 57 Am J1st Wills § 681. See mutual wills; reciprocal wills …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • mutual wills — wills made by two persons who, in pursuance of an antecedent agreement, leave their estates reciprocally to the survivor. In English law, either will may be revoked during the joint lifetimes of the testators, but equity will specifically enforce …   Law dictionary

  • mutual wills — Those made as the separate wills of two people which are reciprocal in provisions. Or those executed pursuant to agreement or compact between two or more persons to dispose of their property in particular manner, each in consideration of the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • mutual wills — Those made as the separate wills of two people which are reciprocal in provisions. Or those executed pursuant to agreement or compact between two or more persons to dispose of their property in particular manner, each in consideration of the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • mutual wills — Sometimes called twin wills. Wills executed pursuant to an agreement between two or more persons to dispose of their property in a particular manner, each in consideration of the other. Anno: 169 ALR 12, 13. Wills executed with a common intention …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • counter wills — Another name for double wills mutual wills or reciprocal wills …   Black's law dictionary


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