kinderbeweijs

noun kin·der·be·weijs \ˌkində(r)bəˈvīs\
variants: less commonly

kinderbewys

\ˌkində(r)bəˈvīs\

Definition of kinderbeweijs

plural

-es

Roman Dutch law

  1. :  a deed by a surviving spouse certifying and securing the amounts due to minor children out of the estate of a deceased

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Origin and Etymology of kinderbeweijs

Dutch kinderbewijs, from kinder (plural of kind child) + bewijs proof


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