Hello, in the process of real estate inheritance, we often encounter such legal concepts as transfer inheritance and subrogation inheritance.
So what’s the difference between inheritance by conversion and inheritance by subrogation? Let’s introduce the difference between inheritance by conversion and inheritance by subrogation with relevant cases.
（1） Subrogation inheritance refers to the succession of the decedent’s children before the decedent’s death.
The younger generation of the decedent’s children’s lineal relatives inherit the decedent’s heritage by subrogation.
The main characteristics of subrogation are as follows: 1.
Subrogation is only applicable to the younger lineal relatives of the decedent. 2. The decedent must die before the decedent. 3. Subrogation is only applicable to legal inheritance, not to testamentary inheritance.
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Hello, I want to know the difference between subrogation and transference?.