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The Family Fideicommissum is defined as a special property without legal personality, which is consolidated and administered by the fideicommissioner in a limited ownership position, may neither be sold nor encumbered, is dedicated to a special ideal and also material family purpose and follows a fixed original succession under family and inheritance law in order to protect against fragmentation of the property.

Term-Nr.: 362

German: Familienfideikommiss (331)

Source: Marcel Lötscher, 22.04.2014

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