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Old 01-12-2018, 04:49 AM
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If the princess left her properties to Marc Favrat it's up to him to sign a will naming his heirs not his adopted mother.
Is he still alive to do It?
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Old 01-12-2018, 04:59 AM
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Is he still alive to do It?
No idea but if he's not I'm sure he did it before he died like the rest of us. In a matter of fact in most European countries you don't have to sign a will since your heirs are often regulated by the law.
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Old 01-12-2018, 05:22 AM
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No idea but if he's not I'm sure he did it before he died like the rest of us. In a matter of fact in most European countries you don't have to sign a will since your heirs are often regulated by the law.
If Marc Favrat is not alive and has no heirs the descendants of Queen Maria of Yugoslavia, of Princess Ileana and of Carol II can claim the Palace.
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Old 01-12-2018, 05:51 AM
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And in addition to them also the heirs of Prince Nicolae would have a right to claim (part of) it.
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And in addition to them also the heirs of Prince Nicolae would have a right to claim (part of) it.
Prince Nicolae did not have children. Only Carol II, Queen Maria of Yugoslavia and Princess Ileana have descendants.
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Is he still alive to do It?
According to the American biographer Marlene Eilers Koenig, Marc Favrat was born in Paris on 8 March 1924 and died in the same city on 5 March 2000.
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Old 01-12-2018, 07:51 AM
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Does anybody know who inherited Marc Favrat' s goods?
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Old 01-12-2018, 02:49 PM
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Prince Nicolae did not have children. Only Carol II, Queen Maria of Yugoslavia and Princess Ileana have descendants.
The fact that he didn't have children doesn't mean that he also didn't have heirs. When he died he had a wife and most likely she was his heir (or at least one of his heirs).
So also his heirs (as well as Princess Elisabeth's heirs and Marc Favrat's heirs, whoever they are) should be taken into account, if and when someone will claim back Elisabeth Palace.
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The fact that he didn't have children doesn't mean that he also didn't have heirs. When he died he had a wife and most likely she was his heir (or at least one of his heirs).
So also his heirs (as well as Princess Elisabeth's heirs and Marc Favrat's heirs, whoever they are) should be taken into account, if and when someone will claim back Elisabeth Palace.
Prince Nicholas wife died herself and Marc Favrat died too. I do not know who inherited both of them.
There is no claim for Elisabeta Palace at the moment.
If nothing changes the Kings Family will move from the Palace.
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If Marc Favrat is not alive and has no heirs the descendants of Queen Maria of Yugoslavia, of Princess Ileana and of Carol II can claim the Palace.

As I said in my previous post, the Yugoslavian Royal descendants of Queen Maria and Austrian-Tuscan descendants of Princess Ileana most probably wouldn't claim because of their closeness and allegiance towards the Romanian Royal Family
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The fact that he didn't have children doesn't mean that he also didn't have heirs. When he died he had a wife and most likely she was his heir (or at least one of his heirs).
So also his heirs (as well as Princess Elisabeth's heirs and Marc Favrat's heirs, whoever they are) should be taken into account, if and when someone will claim back Elisabeth Palace.


In this case any heirs of Marc Favrat are quite irrelevant, id rule out any chance of them inheriting anything as they have nothing to do with Romania
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I'm not sure that "having nothing to do with Romania" can be considered as a rule valid in matters of inheritance. Besides that, using the very same criterion one could argue that the descendants of Queen Marie of Yugoslavia also "have nothing to do with Romania" and therefore should not be considered, in spite of their closeness or allegiance to the Romanian royal family; and the same would go with regards to several grandchildren of the late King Michael, as well as several children and grandchildren of the late Princess Ileana.
And however there would still be the problem of Paul Lambrino: he could also have a claim, being a grandson of the late King Carol II, he doesn't have any closeness nor allegiance to the Romanian royal family and he most definitely has something to do with Romania.
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As I said in my previous post, the Yugoslavian Royal descendants of Queen Maria and Austrian-Tuscan descendants of Princess Ileana most probably wouldn't claim because of their closeness and allegiance towards the Romanian Royal Family
Nobody claimed the Palace until now.
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The change of the prime minister (third change in a year) could also change the attitude of the government regarding the use of Elisabeta Palace where nowadays reside the eldest daughter of the late King and her husband and also the youngest daughter of the late King.
Time is running so we have to see if the new government will come or not with a new proposal.
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The Garden of Elisabeta Palace last night after the snow.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BeM5J6ZF...egalaaromaniei
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Seeing the way the Royals have still remained at Elisabeta Palace, I don't think they have any intention of moving out
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The Garden of Elisabeta Palace last night after the snow.

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Looks almost like sand very peaceful looking photo!
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Seeing the way the Royals have still remained at Elisabeta Palace, I don't think they have any intention of moving out
It is not about their intention but about what will be the decision of the government.
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It is not about their intention but about what will be the decision of the government.

Seeing the instability clearly shows how unpopular actions of the republican are being taken
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Seeing the instability clearly shows how unpopular actions of the republican are being taken
The political problems have nothing to do anyway with the issue of Elisabeta Palace.
To try to connect the issue of the use of Elisabeta Palace to the situation of Peles and Pelisor of is also rather curious.
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