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  • This must go further than the mere "hope" that the beneficiary of the will will act in accordance with its terms.
  • Second, trustees can select the amount of trust property that the beneficiary receives.
  • The Letter Carriers provide that the beneficiary fund shall be used exclusively for paying insurance claims. Cited from Beneficiary Features of American Trade Unions, by James B. Kennedy
  • So to tie up property by trusts that the beneficiary could not touch the principal was the study of rich people who desired best to protect their heirs. Cited from Equality, by Edward Bellamy
  • With a half-secret trust, the fact that the beneficiary of the will holds as trustee only is declared on the face of the will, but not the other terms of the trust.
  • In the case of a half-secret trust, the fact that the beneficiary holds as trustee only is declared on the face of the will, but not the other terms of the trust.
  • To be entitled for an unemployment benefit, it is a requirement that the beneficiary is actively looking for work.
  • In such a case, the trust is sometimes deemed to have terminated (with the result that the beneficiary owns the trust property outright).
  • Often there is no requirement today that the beneficiary have a proven insurable interest in the life of the insured when the insured has purchased the insurance.
  • It certainly appears from the report of the committee that the beneficiary named in this bill was not in the service of the Government at such a time, and also that he had not been mustered into the service of any State military organization. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
  • There is no requirement that the beneficiary have a proven insurable interest in the life of the insured when the insured has purchased the insurance.
  • In risk-sharing schemes, the insurance premium is unrelated to the likelihood that the beneficiary will fall ill and benefits are provided on the basis of need.
  • It appears from the records that the beneficiary named in this bill entered the military service in June, 1863, and was discharged in March, 1866. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
  • Bible-readings, a savings-bank, and cottage-gardens were so inextricably mingled in it that the beneficiary, if she liked one, had to go in for them all. Cited from Tristram of Blent, by Anthony Hope
  • It is claimed that the beneficiary named in this bill was injured by sand blowing in his eyes during a sand storm while in the service in the year 1869, resulting in nearly if not quite total blindness. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
  • The Government of various Provinces, passed Bhoodan Acts which generally stipulated that the beneficiary had no right to sell the land or use it for a non-agricultural purpose- including forestry.
  • It is distinctly alleged in the report that the beneficiary did not apply to the Pension Bureau for relief because the disease of which her husband died was incurred after his resignation. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
  • No claim has ever been made for a pension in this case to the Pension Bureau, probably for the reason that there is no pretext that the beneficiary named is entitled to a pension under any general law. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
  • I do not think in the circumstances surrounding this case that the beneficiary should at this late day be permitted to impeach and set aside the medical certificate procured by himself and containing his own statements, upon which he secured exemption from further military service. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
  • In the committee's report the statement is found that the beneficiary named in the bill was in two different hospitals during the year 1863, and yet it is not claimed that the history of his hospital treatment furnishes any proof of the injury upon which his claim is now based. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
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