See also:law, the word is used in various connexions . The presumption of a
See also:legitimacy is negatived if it be proved that a
See also:husband has not had
See also:access to his wife within such a
See also:period of
See also:time as would admit of his being the
See also:father . (See LEGITIMACY.) In the law of easements, every
See also:person who has
See also:land adjoining a public road or a public navigable
See also:river has a right of access to it from his land . So, also, every person has a right of access to air and
See also:light from an
See also:ancient window . For the right of access of parents to
See also:children under the guardianship of the
See also:court, see
See also:INFANT .
ACCEPTILATION (from Lat. acceptilatio)
ACCESSION (from Lat. accedere, to go to, to approac...
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