The assets of which a deceased person is competent to dispose1 are not deemed to be disposed of by him on his death, whether or not they were the subject of a testamentary disposition2. They are, however, deemed to be acquired on his death by the personal representatives or other person on whom they devolve for a consideration equal to their market value
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