Q: A child died on a car accident. His parents had a son and a daughter upon his
death and his mother was pregnant with a boy baby and gave birth 10 days after
the accident. The conditions to prevent the mother were not complete at the
moment of death but were complete before the blood money was paid and
distributed. Should the conditions be complete upon death? Is it enough to be
complete when the estate is distributed?
A: The standard is the applicability of the conditions of disinheritance at the
moment of death. The unborn boy cannot prevent the mother, i.e. nothing would
prevent the mother from inheriting the amount in excess of the sixth of the
state in the given case.