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At common law and the current majority, if a specifically devised property is subject to a lien at the testator's death, the beneficiary is entitled to have the lien exonerated unless the will provides to the contrary. Under the modern trend regarding the exoneration of liens, liens on specifically devised property are not exonerated unless the will directs them to be exonerated.

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