See also:law, the widow's right in the movable
See also:property of her deceased
See also:husband . The deceased must have been domiciled in Scotland, but the right accrues from movable property, wherever situated . The widow's
See also:provision amounts to one-third where there are ,
See also:children surviving, and to one-
See also:half where there are no surviving children . The widow's right vests by survivance, and is
See also:independent of the husband's testamentary provisions; it may however be renounced by contract, or be discharged by satisfaction . It is subject to alienation of the husband's movable
See also:estate during his lifetime or by its conversion into heritage . See also WILL .
JUS PRIMAE NOCTIS, or DROIT DU SEIGNEUR
JEAN ADRIEN ANTOINE JULES JUSSERAND (1855- )
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