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New York's Estates, Powers and Trusts Law

Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-1.1: Who May Make Wills of, and Exercise Testamentary Powers of Appointment Over Property Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-1.2: What Property May be Disposed of by Will Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-1.3: Who May Receive Testamentary Dispositions of Property Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-2.2: Nuncupative and Holographic Wills Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-3.1: What a Testamentary Disposition Includes Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-3.2: Competence of Attesting Witness Who is Beneficiary; Application Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 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 Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-4.1: Revocation of Wills; Effect on Codicils Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-4.2: Agreement to Convey Property Previously Disposed of by Will Not a Revocation Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-4.4: Conveyance of Property of an Incompetent or Conservatee Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.1: Descent and Distribution of Decedent's Estate Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.2: Inheritance by Non-Marital Children Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.4: Disqualification of Parent to Take Intestate Share Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.5: Other Disqualifications Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.6: Disqualification of Joint Tenant in Certain Instances Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-1.1: A Right of Election by Surviving Spouse Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-1.2: Disqualification as Surviving Spouse Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-1.3: Revocatory Effect of Marriage After Execution of Will Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-1.4: Revocatory Effect of Divorce, Annulment or Declaration of Nullity, or Dissolution of Marriage on Disposition, Appointment or Other Provision in Will to Former Spous Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.1: When Trust Interests not to Merge Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.2: Trustee of Passive Trust to Take Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.3: Purchase-Money Resulting Trust Abolished Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.4: Purposes for Which Trust may be Created Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.5: When Trust Interest Inalienable; Exception Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.7: Interest Remaining in Creator of Trust Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.8: Duration of Trust for Benefit of Creditors Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.9: Revocation of Trusts Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.12: Supplemental Needs Trust Established for Persons With Severe and Chronic or Persistent Disabilities Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.14: Who may Make a Lifetime Trust Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.1: Fiduciaries' Powers Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.3: Power and Duty of Executor Before Probate Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.4: Validity of Execution of Power to Sell, Mortgage or Lease Real Property Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.5: Payment of Testamentary Dispositions or Distributive Shares Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.6: Property Held as Fiduciary to be Kept Separate Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.7: Limitations on Powers and Immunities of Executors and Testamentary Trustees Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.8: Power of Fiduciary or Custodian for Fiduciary to Deposit United States Government and Agency Securities With a Federal Reserve Bank Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.9: Power of Fiduciary or Custodian for Fiduciary to Deposit Securities in a Central Depository Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.10: Power of Fiduciary to Employ a Broker-Dealer as Custodian Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-2.1: Execution and Attestation of Wills; Formal Requirements Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-3.4: Consequences of Partly Ineffective Testamentary Dispositions of Property to Two or More Residuary Beneficiaries Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-3.5: Conditions Qualifying Dispositions;  Conditions Against Contest;  Limitations Thereon Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-3.7: Testamentary Disposition to Trustee Under, or in Accordance With Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-3.8: Validity of a Purchase of Real Property Notwithstanding its Disposition by Will Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 3-3.9: Testamentary Direction to Purchase Annuities Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.6: Revocation or Alteration of Later Will Not to Revive Prior Will or Any Provisions Thereof Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 12-1.2: Order of Liability; Preferences Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 12-1.3: Extent of Liability; Judgment Debtor’s Right to Indemnity and Contribution Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 12-2.2: Action May Not be Joint or Several; Right to Implead Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 12-2.4: Effect of Judgment Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 13-1.2: Assets; Debt Due From Executor to Testator; Effect of Discharge by Will Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-3.1: Exemption For Benefit of Family Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-3.2: Revocatory Effect of Birth of Child After Execution of Will Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 12-2.3: Effect of Application of Surrogate to Sell Real Property Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 12-1.1: Liability of Distributees and Testamentary Beneficiaries Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 12-2.1: Action Not Impaired by Failure of Creditor or Other Person to Present Claim to Representative as Prescribed by Law
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