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succession

the progression from initial colonization of an area by organisms to the CLIMAX population. The term usually refers to plants and in England the climax vegetation is oak woodland.
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Gary Marker recently repeated old reproaches of opportunism, pointing out that in Pravda voli monarshei, Feofan advocated an arbitrary Succession Law, after having favored "hereditary monarchy" a few years earlier.
It has been described as 'one of the most valuable of the rights incidental to property' (30) and underpins common law jurisprudence in the area of succession law.
by a testator under succession law to address the transmission of
Hence, unlike matters of inheritance, royal succession laws do not deal with the relationship between natural persons; instead royal succession rules establish a relationship between an office and an office-holder.
If the succession law had not been introduced in 1701, the country would now be ruled by King Carl, a 50-year-old pastor in the German town of Neuwied.
5) Specific to land, it has worked with the Ministry of Justice to identify discriminatory legislative provisions and has contributed to the drafting of the Succession Law.
Revision of imperial succession law not being discussed currently
Kennedy doesn't volunteer is that he orchestrated the 2004 succession law revision that now requires a special election, and for similarly partisan reasons.
8) Indeed while other areas of private law have been studied for purposes of unification, "the unification or even harmonisation of succession law is not on the agenda of any law-making body.
Roosevelt's fourth term, Congress changed the succession law again, from the Cabinet members to congressional leaders, beginning with the speaker of the House and then the president pro tem of the Senate.
The issuance of the executive bylaw of the Succession Law, the new Judiciary Law and the Court of Grievances Law reflects the king's determination to develop the state's institutions and preserve the state's stability and cultural achievements", he said.
Under the male-only succession law, Prince Hisahito, the emperor's first grandson, is third in line to the imperial throne behind his uncle Crown Prince Naruhito, 46, who is the emperor's oldest son, and his father Prince Akishino.