Same as disinheritance.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • disinherison — dis·in·her·i·son /ˌdis in her ə zən/ n [alteration (influenced by inherit ) of disherison] in the civil law of Louisiana: disherison see also forced heir at heir ◇ The Louisiana Civil Code sets out the situations in which disinherison …   Law dictionary

  • Disinherison — Dis in*her i*son, n. [See {Disinherit}, v. t., and cf. {Disherison}.] Same as {Disherison}. Bacon. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disinherison — /disinhe(h)razan/ In the civil law, the act of depriving a forced heir of the inheritance which the law gives him. Disinherison is a testamentary disposition and not a mere penalty for lack of filial respect, but such a testamentary disposition… …   Black's law dictionary

  • disinherison — n. disinheritance, act of depriving or dispossessing of an inheritance …   English contemporary dictionary

  • disinherison — dis·in·her·i·son …   English syllables

  • disinherison — ˌdisə̇nˈherəsən, rəzən noun ( s) Etymology: alteration (influenced by disinherit) of disherison : disherison …   Useful english dictionary

  • disherison — dis*her i*son (d[i^]s*h[e^]r [i^]z n), n. [See {Disherit}.] The act of disheriting, or debarring from inheritance; disinherison. Bp. Hall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • heir — / ar/ n: one who inherits or is entitled to succeed to the possession of property after the death of its owner: as a: one who by operation of law inherits the property and esp. the real property of a person who dies without leaving a valid will… …   Law dictionary

  • de vasto — /diy vasstow/ Writ of waste. Old English writ which might be brought by him who had the immediate estate of inheritance in reversion or remainder, against the tenant for life, in dower, by curtesy, or for years, where the latter had committed… …   Black's law dictionary

  • ad exhaeredationem ecclesia — To the disinherison of the church …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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