Haeres ex asse – From Latin: The term refers to the legal figure of the sole heir who receives the whole pot of inheritance. In some jurisdictions also called “lawful heir”.
Haeres est eadem persona cum antecessore – this is a term from Latin which if used in the sphere of Inheritance Law, means: “A heir is the same person as his ancestor.”
Haeres actu – From Latin: The term is used in the Inheritance Law where refers to the legal figure of a heir, who holds this capacity on the base of an act or appointment by the decedent person.
Haereditas luctuosa – From Latin: This term refers to a pot of inheritance assets, which is not set up on the regular line – from parents towards children – but relies on the opposite ascending line.
Haeriditas jacens – From Latin: The term details a pot of inheritance assets, without a concrete acceptor yet.
Haereditas damnosa – this is a Latin term, detailing a pot of inheritance assets, which would make the heir liable on a later stage for pending debts of the decedent person to third parties(towards the local tax authorities for unpaid…
Haeredes remotiores – this is a Latin term, referring not to the direct heirs but towards more remote heirs of the decedent person.
Haeredes proximi – From Latin: used mostly in the sphere of the Inheritance Law, in most jurisdictions this term refers to the next direct heirs of the decedent person – the children or the survived spouse, for example.
Haeredem Deus facit, non homo – From Latin: this is a legal term used within the Inheritance Law in many legal systems, meaning: “God makes an heir, not man”. It is related to another Latin term – “haeredes proximi”, which…
Hadley vs. Baxendale Rule – this is a Common Law term detailing that the injured party during a Tort case, has the legal right to claim in court compensation for damages & losses which could be considered as arising naturally,…