Definition of suus heres
1 Roman law : an heir (such as a wife, son, daughter or slave) under the paternal power of the decedent at the latter's death
2 Roman law : an heir in the family of the decedent at his death who becomes sui juris on succeeding to the decedent's property
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Origin and Etymology of suus heres
Latin, literally, own heir
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