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  • His other works are: "Tabula bipartita successionis ecclesiasticæ tam ex testamento quam ab intestato" (Salzburg, 1670); "Panacæa juris"

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • When the Succession was _ab intestato_, and the group consisted of the children of the deceased, they each took an equal share of the property; nor, though males had at one time some advantages over females, is there the faintest trace of Primogeniture.

    Ancient Law Its Connection to the History of Early Society

  • States whether in France or elsewhere may succeed to goods movible and immovible ab intestato, without &c.

    Board of Trustees Minutes, December 3-13, 1792 [Containing Reports Regarding the Site of the University]

  • Servius, in his exposition upon this verse of Virgil's eclogues, Matri longa decem, &c., and a thousand other fools, whose number hath been increased by the lawyers ff. de suis, et legit l.intestato. paragrapho.fin. and in Auth. de restitut. et ea quae parit in xi mense.

    Gargantua and Pantagruel, Illustrated, Book 1

  • You can sign a petition by visiting the da Sud website or you can contribute funds (in Italy by sending a donation through the Italian post office (C/C Postale n. 73340903 intestato a “Comitato pro murales teatro Gioiosa”.

    2008 January 04 archive at eternallycool.net

  • And every student of technical jurisprudence must have come across the same view, clothed in the language of a rather different school, which, in its rationale of this department of law, treats succession _ex testamento_ as the mode of devolution which the property of deceased persons ought primarily to follow, and then proceeds to account for succession _ab intestato_ as the incidental provision of the lawgiver for the discharge of a function which was only left unperformed through the neglect or misfortune of the deceased proprietor.

    Ancient Law Its Connection to the History of Early Society

  • However, this would be a question between the State of Georgia and the widow of General Oglethorpe, in the decision of which the Chevalier de Mezieres is not interested, because, whether she takes the land by the will, for her own use, or for that of the State, it is equally prevented from descending to him: there is neither a conveyance to him, nor a succession ab intestato devolving on him, which are the cases provided for by our treaty with France.

    Memoir Correspondence And Miscellanies

  • However, this would be a question between the State of Georgia and the widow of General Oglethorpe, in the decision of which the Chevalier de Mezieres is not interested, because, whether she takes the land by the will, for her own use, or for that of the State, it is equally prevented from descending to him: there is neither a conveyance to him, nor a succession _ab intestato_ devolving on him, which are the cases provided for by our treaty with France.

    Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 1

  • Servius, in his exposition upon this verse of Virgil’s eclogues, Matri longa decem, &c., and a thousand other fools, whose number hath been increased by the lawyers ff. de suis, et legit l.intestato. paragrapho.fin. and in Auth. de restitut. et ea quae parit in xi mense.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • 41, 9, 3: Duae filiae intestato patri heres exstiterunt, etc. [159] Callistratus in Dig., 48, 19, 26: crimen vel poena paterna nullam maculam filio infligere potest. namque unusquisque ex suo admisso sorti subicitur nec alieni criminis successor constituitur; idque divi fratres

    A Short History of Women's Rights From the Days of Augustus to the Present Time. with Special Reference to England and the United States. Second Edition Revised, With Additions.

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