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Wills And Succession Paras Pdf

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Title IV. — SUCCESSION 'Succession' in General Defi ned

Prepared by: Jazzie M. Lielanie Yangyang-Espejo; Lectures of Atty. Succession is a mode of acquisition by virtue of which the property, rights and obligations to the extent of the value of the inheritance, of a person are transmitted through his death to another or others either by his will or by operation of law.

Bases of Succession 1. Natural Law 2. Socio-economic postulate prevents wealth from being stagnant 3. Attribute of ownership. Foreigners can acquire lands in the Philippines only in case of hereditary succession, which is succession by operation of law and not by a will Kinds of Succession I.

As to effectivity: a. Inter vivos donation effective during the lifetime of the person b. Mortis causa succession effective upon the death of the person. If a deed is succession, the formalities will be different. If it is a will, the person intended it to be a succession and the formalities shall comply with the formalities of a will 2 Types of Will: i. Notarial Will ii. Holographic Will 3 distinguishing characteristics of a donation mortis causa: 1.

It conveys no title or ownership to the transferee before the death of the transferor; or what amounts to the same thing: the transferor should retain ownership full or naked and control of the property 2.

Before his death, the transfer should be revocable by the transferor at will, ad nutum but revocability may be provided for indirectly by means of a reserved power in the donor to dispose of the properties conveyed 3.

The transfer should be void if the transferor should survive the transferee If these 3 characteristics are present, the document is not a deed of donation but rather, it is a will. It must comply with the formalities of a will II. As to whether or not there is a will: a. Testamentary or Testate Succession if a person leaves a will b. As to the transferee or the recipient of the property a. Compulsory succession or succession to the legitime Part of property which cannot be disposed of to anybody because that portion is reserved to his compulsory heirs.

Compulsory heirs are the persons who cannot be deprived of their inheritance regardless of the will of their decedent. Voluntary succession or the succession to the free portion If a person dies, his estate shall be divided into 2 parts. One part is the legitime which is reserved for his compulsory heirs and the other part is the free portion which he can give to anybody.

As to the extent of right and obligations involved: a. Universal succession or succession by an heir is the succession to the universality or the aliquot portion of the estate of the decedent b. Particular succession which is succession to the specific portion of the property of the decedent c. Contractual succession happens when future husbands and wives give to each other in their marriage settlement future property, which shall be effective upon their death d.

Freak succession is where there is still succession even without the intervening effect of succession. This happens when in a decree of annulment or separation or nullity of the marriage, the spouses are ordered to deliver to their children their presumptive legitime. In this Title, "decedent" is the general term applied to the person whose property is transmitted through succession, whether or not he left a will. If he left a will, he is also called the testator.

The inheritance includes all the property, rights and obligations of a person which are not extinguished by his death. Inheritance is different from succession because the latter is a mode of acquisition, by virtue of which the property, rights and obligations are transmitted. Property, as defined by law, may be subject of succession except the following: 1.

Those which are outside the commerce of men or which are not owned by men res nullus 2. Those which are owned by everyone res communes 3. Those which are prohibited by law 4. Any property which is not capable of appropriation. The ownership of organs may be transferred by donation or by will.

Even if the formalities of the will are not complied with, as long as the donation was made in good faith, the will or donation is not valid. It shall be given effect since the important element is that the will was made in good faith. In these cases, the heirs shall have a period of five years within which to institute the action. Examples: right to parental authority marital rights right of a Chinese merchant right to vote Patrimonial rights. Purely personal 2. Non-transferable by law.

The following shall be presumed dead for all purposes, including the division of the estate among the heirs: 1 A person on board a vessel lost during a sea voyage, or an aeroplane which is missing, who has not been heard of for four years since the loss of the vessel or aeroplane; 2 A person in the armed forces who has taken part in war, and has been missing for four years; 3 A person who has been in danger of death under other circumstances and his existence has not been known for four years.

If there is a doubt, as between two or more persons who are called to succeed each other, as to which of them died first, whoever alleges the death of one prior to the other, shall prove the same; in the absence of proof, it is presumed that they died at the same time and there shall be no transmission of rights from one to the other.

Non-transferable by contract or agreement between the parties. Examples of obligations extinguished by death: 1. Obligation to pay taxes 2. Criminal liability. Right to give support Debts 2 views 1. Not transmissible since it is actually the estate of the deceased which pays the debts 2. The rights to the succession are transmitted from the moment of the death of the decedent. While your parents are still alive, their properties are still owned by them.

What you have is merely an inchoate right or an expectancy. It is not an absolute right. Conditions for the transmission of a successional right: 1. There should be death actual or presumed of the transferor 2. The rights or properties are transmissible 3. The transferee is alive Presumed Death. After the age of 75, 5 years In these 2 instances, the moment of death is reckoned after 5 or 10 years, whichever is applicable.

Under extraordinary circumstances, 4 years In this instance, the moment of death is reckoned from the moment of disappearance. After an absence of seven years, it being unknown whether or not the absentee still lives, he shall be presumed dead for all purposes, except for those of succession.

The absentee shall not be presumed dead for the purpose of opening his succession till after an absence of ten years. If he disappeared after the age. If there are circumstances which point to the time of the actual death of the person, then, that time wherein there is proof should be flowed and not the presumptions.

In theory, the heirs can immediately dispose of their properties when the decedent dies because of Article But in reality, you cannot since the will has to be probated first. If you are the sole heir, all you have to do is execute an Affidavit of Self-Adjudication and follow the process provided by law.

Succession may be: 1 Testamentary; 2 Legal or intestate; or 3 Mixed. Testamentary succession is that which results from the designation of an heir, made in a will executed in the form prescribed by law. Conditions for Testamentary Succession: 1. There must be a will 2. There should be a designation of heir 3. There must be observance of the formalities required by law. Probate is a proceeding wherein you determine whether or not the will was validly executed and whether or not the will was executed by person who has testamentary capacity.

There is no prescriptive period in the probate of will as long as there is a will. Legal or Intestate Succession 1. There is no will 2. The will is not valid at all. Mixed succession is that effected partly by will and partly by operation of law. When mixed succession occurs: 1. When the testator fails to dispose all of his properties in a will 2.

The inheritance of a person includes not only the property and the transmissible rights and obligations existing at the time of his death, but also those which have accrued thereto since the opening of the succession. This article refers to after-acquired properties.

Those are acquired from the moment of death onwards will belong to the devisee, legatee or the heir to whom the property was given.

Inheritance includes:. The property, transmissible rights and the transmissible obligations of the decedent to the extent of the value of the inheritance; and. Those properties, or rights or obligations, if any, which have accrued since the opening of the succession. An heir is a person called to the succession either by the provision of a will or by operation of law.

Devisees and legatees are persons to whom gifts of real and personal property are respectively given by virtue of a will. Those who succeed to the universality of the rights, properties and obligations of the decedent. They are not given specific portions of the property but aliquot shares Kinds of Heirs:. Compulsory or forced heirs are persons who are not deprived of their inheritance unless there are causes to disinherit them and the causes are provided by law.

LEGITIME is that portion of the property, rights and obligations of the decedent which you cannot just dispose of because the law reserved it for the compulsory heirs.

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Prepared by: Jazzie M. Lielanie Yangyang-Espejo; Lectures of Atty. Succession is a mode of acquisition by virtue of which the property, rights and obligations to the extent of the value of the inheritance, of a person are transmitted through his death to another or others either by his will or by operation of law. Bases of Succession 1. Natural Law 2. Socio-economic postulate prevents wealth from being stagnant 3.

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  1. Michael M.

    Significant doctrines as well as reiteration of the same by our Supreme Court by way of its most recent pronouncements affacting the Law on Wills and Succession have been promulgated since this volume's last edition.

    14.05.2021 at 19:24 Reply

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