Nemo est haeres viventis

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    Economic Social and Cultural Rights
    “No man is heir of a living person.”
    There may be either an heir apparent, as the eldest son, or an heir presumptive, as an only daughter. The question of actual heirship arises only on the death of the owner. No inheritance can vest, and no one can be a complete heir until the ancestor is dead.