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Inheritance when Heir's Life Is Doubted

Q: My father has been lost in 1991 and my paternal grandfather died in 1993. After that in 2004 we found my father’s corpse in one of the collective graves and we knew nothing about him before that date. Does my father inherit his father? Can we inherit our grandfather?

A: Unless you are certain that your father was alive when your grandfather died, your father cannot inherit his father. Likewise, unless it is ascertained that all your grandfather’s children had died before their father, you do not inherit your grandfather.

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