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Applying for a joint certificate of partial receipt on the basis of a will

When a testator dies, he usually leaves not just one heir, but several. These enter the so-called community of heirs with inheritance on the basis of a will. 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.

The joint share certificate is issued for the right of inheritance of several, but not all, co-heirs at the request of a co.B if, for example, a co-heir emigrates and is therefore not available.

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

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