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There is a concept of "gift failing" in probate. This means that if A wills ITEM to B, but then A gives it to C before A passes away, then A's gift to B fails, and C retains the item.
This works both for titled and non-titled property. For example:
Amy wills Bertha her house. However, before Amy passes away, she signs over the title to Claudia. Claudia now owns the house - Bertha does not inherit it. The gift fails since the house no longer belonged to Amy at the time of her death.
As such, the item - if no longer part of the estate of the deceased at time of death - "fails" as a gift and the heir does not receive it, as it already belongs to someone else.
However - the rest of the Will is executed as is, meaning whatever else is left is distributed to the heirs specified in the Will.
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