legatee

[ leg-uh-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF legatee

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEGATEE

Just so much as the testator parts with the legatee obtains.

The legacy and the legatee have proved equally unsubstantial.

There is "many a slip betwixt the cup" of the legator and "the lip" of the legatee.

He may himself be a legatee and endeavor to transfer to himself.

Then, too, there was a possibility that Herbert would turn out a legatee.

What was her position as legatee to her situation as a woman?

Flo Why how can Mark Trenchard's property be yours, unless you marry the legatee.

In case of death, Gobseck would make you legatee of my property.

It flashed upon him presently that a legatee could not benefit by a will which he had witnessed.

The Van Eltens and Brodericks all fared hardly at the hands of their legatee.

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