A real estate millionaire who died earlier this year has left his two daughters $20 million (NZ$30 million) - but there's a catch.
According to the New York Post, the property mogul left his daughters Marlena, 21, and Victoria, 17, $10 million (NZ$15 million) apiece for when they turn 35.
However, they have access to some of the cash earlier, so long as they follow his rules.
Designed to keep his daughters on the straight and narrow, Laboz stipulated Marlena would get $500,000 (NZ$753,000) if she married, but only if there was a prenuptial agreement, and that she gets another $750,000 (NZ$1.1 million) for graduating from "an accredited university".
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Seemingly wanting his daughters to find similar success to his own, Laboz has allocated each daughter an annual payout of three times the income listed on their tax return.
If the daughters decide to forgo work to have children they will be given 3 per cent of the value of their trust every January 1 - as long as the children are born in wedlock.
It seems this father has found a way to control his daughter's lives, even from beyond the grave.