Bequeath – within the area of Inheritance Law, “bequeath” means to leave something in your personal will, but it is not a real estate. For example, this could be a sum of money or movable property that you wish to give to your heirs. These include furniture, personal belongings or other movables.

*Note that it is advisable to consult with a inheritance lawyer when making a will. So you can expect to get your interests better protected.

A synonym is “bequest”.

See also “Personal will”

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