Inheritance contract is a type of disposition from a testator. The inheritance contract restricts the testator's freedom to draw up or change his will according to his own will. The dispositions in the inheritance contract, which contain the appointment of heirs, legacies and conditions, cannot be unilaterally changed by the testator. If testamentary dispositions are made after the conclusion of an It, they are ineffective insofar as they would reduce the rights of the person considered in the inheritance contract. Wills drawn up before the E are canceled by the inheritance contract. If an E is to be concluded, both contracting parties must be present.
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