tem·pus de·li·be·ran·di | \ ˈtempəsdə̇ˌlibəˈrandē, -nˌdī \
Definition of tempus deliberandi
Roman, civil, & Scots law
: the time formerly permitted to an heir to decide whether to accept an inheritance — compare jus deliberandi
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