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154. Ademption of specific bequest of right to receive something from third party.- Where the thing specifically bequeathed is the right to receive something of value from a third party, and the testator himself receives it, the bequest is adeemed.


(i) A bequeaths to B--

"the debt which C owes me":

"2,000 rupees which I have in the hands of D":

"the money due to me on the bond of E":

"my mortgage on the Rampur factory."

All these debts are extinguished in A's lifetime, some with and some without his consent. All the legacies are adeemed.

(ii) A bequeaths to B his interest in certain policies of his life assurance. A in his lifetime receives the amount of the policies.

The legacy is adeemed.





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