collation inter liberos

noun collation in·ter li·be·ros \-ˈlibəˌrōs, -lē-\

Definition of collation inter liberos

Scots law

  1. :  collation by one entitled to legitim in order to preserve equality among all entitled to legitim

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Origin and Etymology of collation inter liberos

partial translation of New Latin collatio inter liberos collation among the children (descendants)

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to cast off or become cast off

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