- v. present participle of probate.
“There are of course many additional scenarios necessitating the courts' consideration of principles of Islamic jurisprudence such as recognizing custody decrees, probating wills and applying international business contracts.”
“Awad says the Oklahoma law would prohibit a judge from probating his will, written in compliance with Islamic principles, or adjudicating other domestic matters such as divorces and custody disputes involving Muslims.”
“Instead, it is an implied recognition by the government that is, in reality, triggered by some other legal event such as the probating of a will, medical decisions being made, or issues being adjudicated in family court.”
“He has been charged with probating -- violating his probation because of his alleged contact with a child under the age of 18.”
“You have a real-estate loan closing for Jackson National Bank at ten and a meeting about probating the Thomas estate at eleven-thirty.”
“HARRIS: Up. BOZORGI: ... probating where the money's going to end up.”
“I bought a property one time which required probating two estates to clear title, cutting some 87 checks to the distributees, and some of the checks for the heirs were less than $300.”
“He said that this avoids the need for probating of the fideicomiso as the secondary beneficiary becomes the beneficiary of the fideicomiso upon the death of the primary beneficiary.”
“: He said that this avoids the need for probating of the fideicomiso as the secondary beneficiary becomes the beneficiary of the fideicomiso upon the death of the primary beneficiary.”
“Manages, directs, and coordinates activities of workers engaged in accounting and recording of financial transactions, setting up trust or escrow accounts, probating estates, and administering trust or mortgage accounts.”
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