2006 New York Code - Laws: Estates, Powers and Trusts: (3-3.1 - 3-3.9) Rules Governing Testamentary Dispositions

3-3.1 - What a testamentary disposition includes
3-3.2 - Competence of attesting witness who is beneficiary; application to nuncupative will
3-3.3 - Disposition to issue or brothers or sisters of testator not to lapse; application to class dispositions
3-3.4 - Consequences of partly ineffective testamentary dispositions of property to two or more residuary beneficiaries
3-3.5 - Conditions qualifying dispositions; conditions against contest; limitations thereon
3-3.6 - Encumbrances on property of decedent or on proceeds of insurance policy on life of decedent not chargeable against assets of decedent's estate
3-3.7 - Testamentary disposition to trustee under, or in accordance with terms of existing inter vivos trust
3-3.8 - Validity of a purchase of real property notwithstanding its disposition by will
3-3.9 - Testamentary direction to purchase annuities

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