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Article V. Heirship by Killing (Trust and Nontrust Property)
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(a) An “heir by killing” means any person who knowingly participates, either as a principal or as an accessory before the fact, in the willing and unlawful killing of the decedent.

(b) No heir by killing shall in any way acquire any interests in the decedent’s property, but such property shall pass in accordance with this article.

(c) The heir by killing shall be deemed to have predeceased the decedent as to the decedent’s property which would have passed in any manner or form from the decedent or his or her estate to such heir. [Ord. 50A § 9701, amended, 6/22/2017.]