Handbook of the Law of Wills

Handbook of the Law of Wills

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No certain answer can be given, because evidence of the existence or at least of the nature of testamentary power in archaic communities is almost wholly lacking. Indeed, in the opinion of Sir Henry Maine, it is doubtful whether a true power of testation was known to any ancient society ... In all primitive communities the family is the social unit. ... In these respects it was a principle of Anglo-Saxon customary law that the alienable by will, unless forbidden by the terms of the HISTORY 5.

Title:Handbook of the Law of Wills
Author: George Enos Gardner
Publisher: - 1916

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