


Rules of the third group2909. The third group of heirs consists of parental uncle, parental aunt, maternal uncle, and maternal aunt, and their children. The person constituting this group inherit when no one of the persons belonging to the first two categories is present. 2910. If the only heir of deceased is one paternal uncle or aunt (whether he or she be the real, paternal or maternal brother or sister of his father), he or she inherits the entire estate. And if there are some paternal uncles alone, or aunts alone of the deceased, and they are all real or paternal brothers and sisters of his father, the estate will be divided equally among them. And if the survivors are several paternal uncles together with the aunts of the deceased and all of them are the real or the paternal brothers and sisters of his father, then the paternal uncles and one paternal aunt are the heirs of the deceased, the estate will be divided into 5 parts, from which the paternal aunt will get one part, and the two paternal uncles will divide the remaining 4 parts equally between them. 2911. If the heirs of a deceased are several maternal uncles or several maternal aunts, the estate will divide equally among them. And if the survivors are maternal uncles together with the maternal aunts, as an obligatory precaution, they should compromise. 2912. If the heirs of deceased are his paternal uncles and paternal aunts, some of whom are the real brothers and sisters of his father, while others are paternal or maternal half brothers and sisters of his father, those who are paternal half brothers and sisters will not inherit anything. And if the deceased is also survived by one paternal uncle or one paternal aunt, who divided into 6 parts, from which one part will be taken by the paternal uncle or paternal aunt of the deceased, and the remaining will be taken by the paternal uncles or paternal aunts of the deceased. If the deceased has no real full paternal uncles and real full paternal aunts, the remaining 5 parts will be taken by those paternal uncles and paternal aunts of the deceased who are the paternal half brothers or sisters of his father. But, if the deceased happens to have those paternal uncles together with paternal aunts who are the maternal half brothers and sisters of his father, the estate will be divided into 3 parts, from which 2 parts will be taken by the real paternal uncles and real paternal aunts of the deceased. But it may be true that the uncles will receive twice the share of the aunts; however, as a precaution, they should effect a compromise between them, as an obligatory precaution 2913. If a deceased has only one maternal uncle or only one maternal aunt, he or she inherits the entire estate. And if he has a maternal uncle together with the maternal aunt (whether they be the full, or the paternal, or the maternal half brothers and sisters of his mother), the estate should be divided giving equally, observing precaution should not be ignored in that respect, which requires same kind of compromise. 2914. If the heirs of the deceased are one or several maternal uncles together with maternal aunts form the mother’s side, and full maternal uncle and full maternal aunt, and also maternal uncles and aunts from the father’s side, then the maternal uncle and maternal aunt from the father’s side does not inherit and all estate is divided into 6 parts, one part will be given to maternal aunt or uncle and the rest goes to others to divide equally. 2915. If the heirs of deceased are one or several maternal uncles, or one or several maternal aunts, or maternal uncle together with maternal aunt with one or several paternal uncles, and one or several paternal aunts, or paternal uncle together with paternal aunt, then the estate will be divided into 3 parts from which one part will be taken by the maternal uncle, or maternal aunt, or both of them, and the remaining will go to the parental uncle, or paternal aunt, or both of them 2916. If the heirs of the deceased are one maternal uncle, or one maternal aunt together with paternal uncle and paternal aunt, the estate will be divided into 3 parts. One part will be taken by the maternal uncle or the maternal aunt, and from the balance will be given to the paternal uncle and paternal aunt. 2917. If the heirs of the deceased are one maternal uncle, or one maternal aunt together with one paternal uncle or one half paternal aunt related from the mother’s side together with full or half paternal uncles and aunts, the estate will be divided into 3 parts. One part will be given to the maternal uncle or the maternal aunt, and the remaining 2 parts will be divided between the paternal uncles and aunts, with uncles taking twice the share of the aunts. So, if the estate is divided to 9 parts, 3 parts go to the first ones and 4 parts to paternal uncle and 2 parts to paternal aunt.
2918. If the heirs of deceased are maternal uncles and maternal
aunts, all of whom are either full or related from father’s or
mother’s side, and also a paternal uncle and a paternal aunt, the estate
will be divided into 3 parts. One part will be divided between the
paternal uncle and the paternal aunt, and 2 parts will be divided into 6
parts. One part will go to maternal uncle or aunt and the rest to paternal
or maternal uncle and aunt and uncles takes twice the aunts. 2919. If the heirs of deceased is maternal uncle only, or if there are half maternal aunts related from the mother’s side together with several maternal uncles and several maternal aunts who are either full or half related from father’s side, and also paternal uncle and paternal aunt, the estate will be divided into 3 parts. One of these parts will be divided between the maternal uncle and maternal aunt and they should make a compromise, as an obligatory precaution; and the other 2 parts go to real or paternal uncle and real or paternal aunt and uncle takes twice the aunt. So, if the estate is divided into 9 parts, 3 parts is given to uncle or aunt, and one part to maternal uncle or aunt, 5 parts to real or paternal uncle and real or paternal aunt.
2920. If the heirs of the deceased are paternal and maternal uncles
and aunts of his father, and paternal and maternal uncles and aunts of his
mother, the estate will be divided into 3 parts. One par will be given to
the paternal and maternal uncles and aunts of his mother, to be divided
among them. The remaining 2 parts, the same will be again divided into 3
parts. 2921. If the heirs of the deceased are maternal uncle or aunt and several real uncle and aunt or paternal uncle and aunt and uncle and aunt, the estate will be divided into 3 parts. 2 parts will be given to uncle and aunt to divide between themselves as it has been described. And if the dead person has only one maternal uncle or aunt, another part is divided itself into 6 parts, and one part goes to maternal uncle and aunt and the rest to paternal ones or paternal only and they divide it equally; but, if there are several maternal uncles or several maternal aunts, or one maternal uncle and one maternal aunt, the remaining one part will be divided into 3 parts and one part is given to maternal uncles and aunts equally and the rest goes to real uncle and aunt or paternal ones who divide equally. 2922. If the deceased is not survived by paternal uncle, and paternal aunt and maternal uncle and maternal aunt, the share to which the paternal uncle and the paternal aunt are entitled will go to their descendants, and the share to which the maternal uncle and maternal aunt are entitled will go to their descendants. 2923. If the heirs of a dead person are paternal or maternal uncles and aunts, the estate is divided to 3 parts. One part is given to maternal uncle and aunts of the dead person to share equally, but as an obligatory precaution, they should compromise, and out of the two other parts which itself is divided into 3 parts, one part will go to paternal uncle and aunt of the deceased person to be divided equally and two others will go to paternal uncle and aunt and the share of uncle will be twice the aunt’s. 2924. If the dead person’s own paternal uncle and paternal aunt and maternal uncle and maternal aunt and their children and their grandchildren do not exist, the property will be inherited by the paternal uncles and paternal aunts and maternal uncles and maternal aunts of dead person’s parents. And if even they do not exist, the property will be inherited by their descendants. And in the absence of their descendants, the property is inherited by the paternal uncles and paternal aunts and maternal uncles and maternal aunts of the dead person’s paternal grandparents. And if they do not exist, the property is inherited by their descendants. 2925. If a dead person has paternal uncle and a real nephew, all estate goes to the latter and paternal uncle is not entitled to get anything as inheritance. 