Semper praesumitur pro legitimatione puerorum, et filiatio non potest probari


Semper praesumitur pro legitimatione puerorum, et filiatio non potest probari
A presumption always exists in favor of the legitimacy of children, because filiation cannot be proved.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • filiation — fil·i·a·tion /ˌfi lē ā shən/ n [Late Latin filiatio relationship of a son and father, from Latin filius son] 1: a legal relationship of a parent and esp. a father and child that creates rights and obligations used to help prove filiation in a… …   Law dictionary


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