inheritance is the passage of all rights and obligations of the inheritor with the death of the inheritor to the people who are shown by the law or the inheritor with a death-related savings. If the deceased has left more than one inheritor, it is stipulated in Article 581 of the Civil Code that the remaining goods and debts will remain as property in participation until the division, and in Article 630 of the same law that it is not possible to save on division and loss as long as the participation continues. In order to protect the estate properties in the inheritance partnership in the best way, the legislator has accepted the cooperative ownership. Co-ownership requires the heirs to dispose of all the rights of the estate together.
Legal heirs are the first relatives of the inheritor. In addition to these, the surviving spouse and the state have inheritance.
1. A clan is the descendant of the inheritor (deceased). Children and grandchildren are included in this sub-lineage. The second group is the mother, father and their descendants of the inheritors.
In the 2nd Division, there are siblings and nephews of the inheritor.
3rd Division heirs are the grandparents of the inheritors and their descendants. The uncles, aunts, uncles and aunts of the inheritors become the third group heirs.
Co-group is not heir. The spouse always becomes the inheritor together with the members. Divorced spouse cannot inherit.
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