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proceedings

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A report from a meeting, conference or symposium; any of a number of (usually “high-power”) medical or science journals—e.g., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (US), popularly known as PNAS.

Medspeak-UK
As defined by the Medical Defence Union (MDU), the main carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK:
(i) any legal proceedings related to a claim for clinical negligence; and
(ii) proceedings by the MDU in exercise of its rights under clause 12 of the contract (with the insured).
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It makes perfect sense for appropriately qualified chartered accountants to be allowed to carry out probate work as it complements our existing services such as tax planning.
We welcome the recommendation to regulate will writing but don't feel it goes far enough to protect the interests of consumers and are calling on the Government to introduce a regulatory framework which includes probate and estate administration providers.
The property passing through the will is probate property and the final distribution to the testamentary trust must be approved by the Probate Court.
3d DCA 2004), Judge Cope highlighted the lack of clarity in the prior rule as to defining which sorts of orders in probate proceedings were appealable.
Grant of probate may not be required where an estate is less than pounds 5,000, or where assets are in joint names and typically pass to the surviving spouse or civil partner.
However, heirs may not benefit from ownership until the estate, including the business assets, passes through probate.
Probate Finder On Demand is a "pay-for-performance" tool, with "performance" referring to each estate match.
After 1858 On the 11 January 1858 the control and jurisdiction of probate changed from the church to the state.
With probate going first, it's the smallest division of the court.
Imagine my surprise when I was told by the receptionist that the probate office in Middlesbrough is now open only one day a week (Wednesday) and they wouldn't accept my documents.
In those situations in which the decedent did not have a will ("intestate"), the California Probate Code sets forth a road map of who is eligible to inherit.