jus relictae

jus relictae

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  • Jus relictae — NOTOC DefinitionJus relictae ( Scots law ): The right of the surviving spouse in the movable goods of the deceased spouse. Jus relictae is the term used for a surviving wife, and jus relicti is the term used for a surviving husband. The similar… …   Wikipedia

  • jus relictae — The right of a widow in the personal property which belonged to her deceased husband …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • jus relictae — rə̇ˈlik(ˌ)tē noun Etymology: Medieval Latin, right of a widow Scots law : a widow s right to a share in the free movable estate of her deceased husband to the extent of one third if there are children and otherwise one half …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Legal history of wills — Wills in the Ancient WorldThe will, if not purely Roman in origin, at least owes to Roman law its complete development, a development which in most European countries was greatly aided at a later period by ecclesiastics versed in Roman law. In… …   Wikipedia

  • legal rights — in the succession law of Scotland, the financial provision that the law takes from a person s estate for relatives. Before this exercise takes place, statutory prior rights have to be considered – they are every bit as legal and can quite often… …   Law dictionary

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  • dead's part — noun Etymology: dead (II) Scots law : the part of a married man s personal property that he may dispose of by will, the rest going to the widow and children compare jus relictae, legitim * * * dead s part noun ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • reasonable part — noun : the portion of his estate that a decedent could not under Old English law will away from his widow and children compare dead s part, jus relictae, legitim …   Useful english dictionary

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