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what does simple fee mean in a will

What does it mean when willing realstate what does

the term simple fee mean

Asked on 12/30/99, 10:49 am

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Bruce Lewis Bruce Lewis P.C.
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Re: what does simple fee mean in a will

It means the owner owned 100% of the property. (i.e, he didn't own it with his wife, or with someone else.) It's good news for you!!

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Answered on 1/04/00, 11:22 am

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