DERE-3206 Successions

The demise of the natural person generates a series of legal consequences of tremendous importance. Thus, and as corollary of the recognition of the right to private property set forth in the Political Constitution, the legislature institutes the right to succeed the originator in all his assets, determining the elements of all succession, identifying the basic concepts of heritage, indicating the rules to distribute the heritage, distinguishing the forced allotment as restrictions from the right to testate, and identifying the different types of wills and rules that regulate them.