Latin Legal Terms

Cautio muciana

Cautio muciana – in practice, this legal term is used in the area of Inheritance Law. In some legal systems it refers to the security (usually sum of money) given by an heir or legatee towards the court, in order to be allowed to receive direct possession and/or title of a conditional pot of inheritance.

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