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39 To The Brothers Five Parts To The Sisters Four Parts #20






Questions and Answers amplifies the provisions of the law as it relates to
the shares of the inheritance allocated to the brothers and sisters of the
deceased. If the brother or sister is from the same father as the
deceased, he or she will inherit his or her full allotted share. If,
however, the brother or sister is from another father he or she will
inherit only two thirds of the allotted share, the remaining one third
reverting to the House of Justice (Q and A 6). Further, in the case where
the deceased has full brothers or full sisters among his heirs,
half-brothers and half-sisters from the mother's side do not inherit (Q
and A 53). The half-brothers and half-sisters will, of course, be due to
receive inheritance from their own father's estate.





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