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It's a simple question.

Facts are facts. Beliefs are beliefs. Can these facts been known by the beneficiaries without being communicated to by the estate holder pre-death?

Different question to your original.

Want to form one that's not leading to a conclusion?

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Different question to your original.

Want to form one that's not leading to a conclusion?

Same question. You can choose to answer it or not.

For a beneficiaries belief to be aligned with the facts of ownership - do they need pre-death communication from the estate holder as to his intentions?

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Same question. You can choose to answer it or not.

For a beneficiaries belief to be aligned with the facts of ownership - do they need pre-death communication from the estate holder as to his intentions?

I'm glad you both agree with the facts of ownership and the difference between the facts and peoples belief.

Your question is therefore self answering.

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I'm glad you both agree with the facts of ownership and the difference between the facts and peoples belief.

Your question is therefore self answering.

I havent said "yes" to anything.

Do they need pre-death communication of the estates holders intentions for their beliefs of ownership to align with the facts?

Yes / No?

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I havent said "yes" to anything.

You don't need to.

Do they need pre-death communication of the estates holders intentions for their beliefs of ownership to align with the facts?

Yes / No?

Where does the logic of your sentence lead?

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You don't need to.

Where does the logic of your sentence lead?

Answer it and I might have another question. I might not.

If they believe they have ownership post-mortem - can they prove the facts?

Do they need the estate holder to signal his intended dispersal before his death to be able to do this?

Apply your logic to the question.

Yes / No.

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Answer it and I might have another question. I might not.

You've already answered the question.

If they believe they have ownership post-mortem - can they prove the facts?

Do they need the estate holder to signal his intended dispersal before his death to be able to do this?

Apply your logic to the question.

Yes / No.

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