Latin Legal Terms

Ab aeterno

Ab aeterno – literally it means “from eternity”, i.e. behind the limits of time. In the sphere of Property Law for example, this term relates to these rights, servitudes and easements that are not limited with the death of its executor. The opposite rights are the right of usage and the right of pass, for example.

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