The following persons have the capacity to inherit: 1) in succession by operation of law: natural persons who survived the bequeather
at the moment of his death; children of the bequeather
who were born after his death; likewise the State of Lithuania; 2) in succession pursuant to a will: natural persons who survived the testator at the moment of his death; likewise those who were conceived while the testator was still alive and were born after his death; persons named in the will before their conception, upon their birth; 3) in succession pursuant to a will: legal persons which existed at the moment of death of the testator, or established in executing the testator's true intent expressed in his will.
If an inheritance passes to a bankrupt, his creditors shall have no title to the properties of such inheritance, except after creditors of the bequeather
receive their dues from such properties.