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a partnership agreement in a property has been set up between

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a partnership agreement in a property has been set up between a father and two sons
in this agrrement it states that upon his death the fathers share goes to his two sons automatically, but in the event of the sons deaths their shares go to their families as part of their estate- what is the legal term for the two different types of partners
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