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disinherison

noun dis·in·her·i·son \ ˌdis-in-ˈher-ə-zən \

legal Definition of disinherison

in the civil law of Louisiana :disherison — see also forced heir at heir
Note: The Louisiana Civil Code sets out the situations in which disinherison is allowed.

Origin and Etymology of disinherison

alteration (influenced by inherit) of disherison


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