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136 Unto Everyone Hath Been Enjoined The Writing Of A Will #109






According to the Teachings of Baha'u'llah, the individual has a duty to
write a will and testament, and is free to dispose of his estate in
whatever manner he chooses (see note 38).

Baha'u'llah affirms that in drawing up his will a person hath full
jurisdiction over his property, since God has permitted the individual
to deal with that which He hath bestowed upon him in whatever manner he
may desire (Q and A 69). Provisions are set out in the Kitab-i-Aqdas for
the distribution of inheritance in the case of intestacy. (See notes
38-48.)





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