SINE QUIBUS FUNUS HONESTE DUCI NON POTEST
sine quibus funus honeste duci non potest (sI-nee kwib-[schwa]s fyoo-n[ schwa]s [h][schwa]-nes-tee d[y]oo-sI non poh-test). [Latin] Scots law. Without which the funeral cannot be decently conducted. ? The phrase appeared in reference to funeral expenses that could be deducted against the decedent’s estate.
How do Chinese legal professionals usually express the term SINE QUIBUS FUNUS HONESTE DUCI NON POTEST?
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