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Definition of "disinherison" []

  • Disherison (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "disinherison" in a sentence
  • "This last practice is objectionable too, as encouraging celibacy, and the disinherison of heirs. —"
  • "Inasmuch as the disinherison or omission by parents of their children has generally no good reason, those children who complain that they have been wrongfully disinherited or passed over have been allowed to bring an action impeaching the will as unduteous, under the pretext that the testator was of unsound mind at the time of its execution."
  • "And this disinherison was first allowed by the lex Iunia Vallaea, which explains the form which is to be used, and which resembles that employed in disinheriting family heirs born after the making of a will."
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