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Review:FriendofMolly says:
Jet and LadyM,
A very interesting policy, having the killer inherit his victims estate if there is no known family members to do so? I suppose if was an agreed upon duel, but Riddle never asked permission to kill. I think the Geezergamot needs to overturn that one. But in this situation it will eventually aid the Ministry and the whole Wizarding World. I do wonder when Harry himself finds his parents estate. I don't think Riddle stole that, as Harry was still alive, not to mention Riddle vaporizing after he killed the Potters. I can't wait to read the next.

Author's Response: We know Harry inherited his parents' estate. He came into full possession of both his parents' estate and the Black estate when he turned 17; of course he was on the run when he turned 17 so that is something that has to be dealt with.

Many of the post Hogwarts stories have sections where Harry finds out what is in those two estates, and how large they are.

You could think if you wanted that Riddle found an obscure law or custom and forced people to follow it. There is nothing nice or honorable in Tom Riddle.


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