Latin Legal Terms

Defunctus vivente patre

Defunctus vivente patre – this legal expression applies in the area of Inheritance Law, where refers to the figure of a son, who has died before his parents. In other words he has died against the normal line of time and respectively, won’t inherit their assets.

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