Latin Legal Terms

Venio

Venio – it means “to come”. In practice, the word relates to the legal principle “haeredum appellatione veniunt haeredes haeredum in infinitum”, applicable in the area of Inheritance Law. There it provides that under the name “heirs” come the heirs of heirs with no limitation.

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