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  • With few exceptions, the named beneficiary has no rights to the funds.
  • The beneficiaries have now settled in top jobs, members said.
  • The beneficiaries have personal claims against the estate and they are in the position of creditors who cannot all be paid in full.
  • All other beneficiaries have access to nearly comprehensive services, excluding some outpatient care.
  • The trump suit must only be named if and after the Beneficiary has accepted a bid for positive.
  • They get the property whether they marry or not, while the original beneficiaries have to marry each other or get off the island at the end of the year. Cited from The Man From Brodney's, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • Important point is the beneficiary has to be comfortable with the advising bank.
  • In a fixed trust the beneficiary has a specific proprietary right in relation to the trust fund.
  • Should no financial saving be achieved then the end beneficiary has nothing to pay i.e. they make no capital investment and will never be worse off.
  • The first player to the left of the Beneficiary has preference over the second and third players and the second player has preference over the third.
  • The beneficiary has no access to the account until the depositor's death and need not be notified that the account exists.
  • Other beneficiaries have included arts, educational and humanitarian organizations, including the Leavitt family genealogical society.
  • An exceptional situation is where a beneficiary has been conceived but not yet born when the bequeathed benefit vests.
  • Since the announcement of this windfall we understand that the beneficiaries have been overwhelmed with offers of marriage. Cited from Punch, Vol. 152, May 16, 1917, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • Almost all Medicare beneficiaries have access to at least two Medicare Advantage plans; most have access to three or more.
  • These fees do not include the costs of actually establishing the connection from the service line in the street, which the beneficiary has to pay himself separately.
  • Employers as beneficiaries have more reason than the schools for diverting youth from its own purposes, as they are under the necessity of a price system which is competitive. Cited from Creative Impulse in Industry, by Helen Marot
  • However, the WEP does not apply once the primary beneficiary has died, and survivor benefits are unaffected.
  • They said that the main beneficiaries have been smaller charities, which find donation tracking and fundraising costly.
  • Of this fact this beneficiary has been repeatedly informed; and yet she states in her petition that her husband deserted her in 1865 and has not been heard of since. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
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