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Apply for a Community minimum parts certificate

When a testator dies, he usually leaves not just one heir, but several. These enter the so-called community of heirs with inheritance. Only after the inheritance dispute has taken place is the estate divided among the individual heirs in accordance with the agreements made.

In principle, each individual co-heir can apply for a certificate of inheritance with which he can identify himself as a legal heir to third parties. However, if the community of heirs wants to act together and act vis-à-vis banks, insurers and the land registry, a joint certificate of inheritance is often required.

A minimum share certificate can be applied for if not all heirs have yet been determined, as they have yet to be determined, e.B. but it is clear at what quota an heir is at least involved in the estate. The minimum part certificate then only shows the inheritance quota that would be attributable to the applicant for the certificate of inheritance if there are actually still heirs in the still unexplained line or the still unexplained tribe.

Source: Serviceportal Niedersachsen (Portalverbund des Bundes und der Länder)

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