Nevada Wills and Estates of Deceased Persons

Sec. § 132.290
“Right of representation” defined.

“Right of representation” means the method of distributing property by which, through inheritance or succession, the descendants of a deceased heir take the same share or right in the estate of another person that their parent or other ancestor would have taken if living. A posthumous child is deemed living at the death of his or her parent.

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