Latin Legal Terms

Diem clausit extremum

Diem clausit extremum – in the ancient Inheritance Law in the feudal countries, this legal term referred to an order towards the heir on the death of a tenant in capite directed to the King's escheators, with the role to establish what assets (usually lands) the ancestor owned, and to pass these to the possession of the King until the heir should be of age.

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