JUS RELICTI

JUS RELICTI

jus relicti (j[schwa]s ri-lik-tI), n. [Law Latin ¡°right of a widower¡±] Civil & Scots law. A widower’s right in his deceased wife’s separate movable estate, historically two-thirds if there were surviving children, and otherwise one-half. Under the Married Women’s Property Act of 1881, the amount became one-third in the case of surviving children, and otherwise one-half.
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