Residuary

Re*sid"u*a*ry

(-?-r?), a. [See Residue.] Consisting of residue; as, residuary matter; pertaining to the residue, or part remaining; as, the residuary advantage of an estate. Ayliffe.
[1913 Webster]

Residuary clause (Law), that part of the testator's will in which the residue of his estate is disposed of. -- Residuary devise (Law), the person to whom the residue of real estate is devised by a will. -- Residuary legatee (Law), the person to whom the residue of personal estate is bequeathed.
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