Definition of Coparcenaries

1. Noun. (plural of coparcenary) ¹



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Definition of Coparcenaries

1. coparcenary [n] - See also: coparcenary

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coparcenaries

copacetic
copacking
copaiba
copaiba balsam
copaibas
copaid
copaiva
copaivas
copal
copaline
copalite
copalm
copalms
copals
coparaffinate
coparcenaries (current term)
coparcenary
coparcener
coparceners
coparcenies
coparceny
coparent
coparented
coparenting
coparents
coparsite
copartment
copartments
copartner
copartnered

Literary usage of Coparcenaries

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1. A Law Dictionary: Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States by John Bouvier (1843)
"The technical distinction between coparcenaries and estates in common, may be considered as essentially extinguished in the United States. 4th. In common. ..."

2. Primitive Property by Emile de Laveleye, Thomas Edward Cliffe Leslie (1878)
"... or with the proprietary coparcenaries which are believed to exist in Oudh, and not to suffer the interpo. ation ol middlemen, ..."

3. Institutes of American Law by John Bouvier (1854)
"1878. children equally, and there is little or no difference between coparcenaries and tenancies in common. The title inherited by more persons than one, ..."

4. Primogeniture: A Short History of Its Development in Various Countries and by Evelyn Cecil (1895)
"... acquired by some process akin to entail, but are held by family coparcenaries, each of whom is usually a descendant of the original purchaser. ..."

5. The Life of the Marquis of Dalhousie, K. T. by Sir William Lee-Warner (1904)
"... to improve and consolidate the popular institutions of the country by maintaining the village coparcenaries, and adapting our proceedings to the ..."

6. Lucknow & Oude in the Mutiny: A Narrative and a Study by McLeod Innes (1895)
"... the popular institutions of the country by maintaining the village coparcenaries, and adapting our proceedings to the predilections of the people, ..."

7. Popular Law Library, Putney by Albert Hutchinson Putney (1908)
"In either of these cases, all the coparcenaries put together made but one hen*. The right of partition first existed in the case of estates of this ..."

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