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  • Info A beneficiary (also, in trust law, cestui que use) in the broadest sense is a natural person or other legal entity who receives money or other benefits from a benefactor. more...
  • One of the main beneficiaries of the policy has been the national team.
  • He felt so happy as if he was one among the beneficiaries.
  • The military was also a beneficiary of the new economic and social conditions.
  • As a left-wing director, he was at first one of the beneficiaries.
  • The beneficiaries under the policies were often their parents who did not need the money.
  • Two or more of the beneficiaries must live in different states.
  • This he did in secret, telling his beneficiaries it was really his wife who wanted him to do so.
  • If the beneficiaries themselves were not in agreement then the court could exercise the power.
  • The capital of the trust will then pass to another beneficiary (or more than one).
  • Any defense allowed to parties of the original contract extend to third party beneficiaries.
  • She named herself as beneficiary on her husband's and daughter's policies.
  • The beneficiary under the will must then take steps to register the interest in land in her name.
  • Two people come forward claiming to be the beneficiary named in the policy.
  • UK residents would then be beneficiaries of this trust without being members of the partnership.
  • There are two beneficiaries who will each receive equal shares of the estate.
  • This will be done through surveys including both beneficiaries and a control group.
  • Since then it has seen a continuous growth in staff, beneficiaries and fields of activities.
  • Animals are not legal persons and, therefore, may not be beneficiaries in a will.
  • In some cases, however, the number of beneficiaries are quite limited.
  • In turn, some of its beneficiaries are now training others or running successful enterprises on their own.
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Meaning of beneficiary

  • noun The recipient of funds or other benefits
  • adjective Having or arising from a benefice
    a beneficiary baron