- legaspi, miguel lópez de,
Origin of legatee
Examples from the Web for legatee
Varun sees himself as a legatee of his father, Sanjay Gandhi, not his great-grandfather Nehru.
Then, too, there was a possibility that Herbert would turn out a legatee.Herbert Carter's Legacy|Horatio Alger
The great man,--the rich relation--who had it in his power to make Morleena an heiress, and the very baby a legatee--was offended.Ten Girls from Dickens|Kate Dickinson Sweetser
Just so much as the testator parts with the legatee obtains.Old-Fashioned Ethics and Common-Sense Metaphysics|William Thomas Thornton
The beneficiary, or person designated in the will to receive real property, is called the legatee.
A legacy was sometimes given on condition that the legatee should not marry a Roman Catholic.The Curiosities and Law of Wills|John Proffatt