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What is Estate

Used to describe the total value of a deceased person's assets. This is the total sum of possessions, property and money at the time of your death less any debts which are outstanding.

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Zero Haven Effective Exchange Rate Registry Trust Limited
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Berne Convention BOGOFF World Intellectual Property Office
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Per stirpes The Bar Complaint
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