GESTIO PRO HAEREDE

GESTIO PRO HAEREDE

gestio pro haerede (jes-chee-oh proh her-[schwa]-dee). [Latin ¡°behavior as heir¡±] Roman & Hist. Scots law. An appointed heir’s conduct (such as selling or leasing the decedent’s property) that indicates the heir’s intent to receive the inheritance and thereby take on the estate’s debts; behavior as an heir. ¡ª Also spelled gestio pro herede.
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