The legal fiction, assumed under the rule against perpetuities, that a woman can become pregnant as long as she is alive.
? The case that gave rise to this fiction was Jee v. Audley, 1 Cox 324, 29 Eng. Rep. 1186 (ch. 1787). See W. Barton Leach, Perpetuities: New Hampshire Defertilizes Octogenarians, 77 Harv. L. Rev. 729 (1963).
¡ª Also termed presumption-of-fertility rule.
How would a bilingual lawyer translate the term fertile-octogenarian rule into Chinese?
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