Latin Legal Terms

Devisat vel non

Devisat vel non – literally this Latin phrase means “did he bequeaths or not?”. In the area of Inheritance Law, it refers to a document with questions, directed by a court of equity towards a court of law to try the validity of alleged will, and respectively, to answer what the bequests of the ancestor are.

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