legitimi heredes (l[schwa]-jit-[schwa]-mI h[schwa]-ree-deez), n. pl.[Latin] Roman law. Heirs on intestacy, as determined by the Twelve Tables; specif., the Praetor’s second rank of claimants to an intestate’s estate, comprising the agnates of the Twelve Tables order and some others, such as the decedent’s patron. See TWELVE TABLES.
How do bilingual lawyers in China usually translate the term LEGITIMI HEREDES?
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