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 If a sibling offers money with no contract formed is the person legally obligated to pay back the money?

Answer If a sibling offers money with no contract formed between the two parties and the lender decides not to pay back the money then unfortunately the lender (sibling) would not get their money back. Wh... Read More »
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If a sibling offered some money and a contract or agreement was never formed are you obligated to pay back the money?

Is older adult sibling in his or her twenties morally obligated to raise the younger minor sibling if both parents die and no one else is there to take care of minor sibling?

YES! If the adult sibling doesn't, the person can be seen as heartless by others, and they should be mentally evaluated -- they may have a mental disorder.
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If a sibling has his name on a surviving parents savings account does all of the money go to that sibling when the parent passes away?

If it is under his name, yes. But he may do whatever he wants with it.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/If_a_sibling_has_his_name_on_a_surviving_parents_savings_acco...

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