Can post-95 wills leave property to cats

According to the relevant laws of China, the heirs stipulated by Chinese laws can only be natural persons, collectives, or countries, and cats certainly do not belong to people. Therefore, making a will and giving a will to a cat certainly does not meet the law. However, you can conditionally donate property, such as caring for a cat and not accepting the estate until it dies.

Some elderly people worry that they will die, and their children and grandchildren will shed blood for the property, so they will write a will before they die. However, if you write your own will, you must meet the legal requirements, otherwise it will directly affect the legal effect. In addition, other heirs or powerful persons may also have disputes due to the validity of the will after death.

In order to determine whether the testator has the ability to write a will, to identify the authenticity of the will, and to facilitate the appearance of multiple wills, to determine which one is the last and has a legal effect, it is indispensable to specify the specific date.

In addition, if there are multiple wills prepared before and after, after the final will is determined, you can go for notarization. Although a will is not valid, notarization is required, but a notarized will is more effective than other forms of will.

Also, there is no limit to the time of a notarized will. If there is no other new notarized will, it will remain valid. Therefore, if there are multiple wills, you can do notarization.

According to the relevant laws of China, the heirs stipulated by Chinese laws can only be natural persons, collectives or countries, and cats certainly do not belong to people, so making a will and giving a will to cats certainly does not meet the law. However, you can conditionally donate property, such as caring for a cat and not accepting the estate until it dies.

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