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Spanish term or phrase:
derecho de acrecer
with right to proportional increase with respect of unclaimed/repudiated portion of estate
Explanation: BANGLAPEDIA: Alluvion and Diluvion - [ Traducir esta página ]Retaining the old provision of the regulation regarding accretion, it provides for an exception to the effect that the right to accretion will be limited to ...
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(Right) The accretion disk models. (continuous histograms), for the composite spectrum of RRQ. (filled squares) and for Mrk 359 (filled circles). Parameter ... www.camk.edu.pl/cracow2003/proceedings/mnikolajuk/cracowmn_... - Páginas similares
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Florida Court Rules Restoration Project a Taking - [ Traducir esta página ]The specific riparian right at issue was the right to accretion; that is, the right to the extension of one’s riparian lands by the natural addition of sand ... www.olemiss.edu/orgs/SGLC/MS-AL/Water Log/26.2.florida.htm - 25k - En caché - Páginas similares
Real Property Valuation Guidelines - Chapter 1C6 appendix a ... - [ Traducir esta página ]24 Jan 2008 ... On tidal waters, a riparian owner's right to accreted land occurs only where the lands accreted are above the high water mark. ... www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/realproperty
Accretion ACCRE'TION, n. [Lat. accretio, increase; accres'co, to increase, literally, to grow to; ad and cresco; Eng. accrue; See Increase, Accrue, Grow.]
1. A growing to; an increase by natural growth; applied to the increase of organic bodies by the accession of parts.
Plants have an accretion, but no alimentation.
2. In the civil law, the adhering of property to something else, by which the owner of one thing becomes possessed of a right to another; as, when a legacy is left to two persons, and one of them dies before the testator, the legacy devolves to the survivor by RIGHT OF ACCRETION.
English Explanatory Dictionary
accretion æˈkri:ʃən n. 1 growth by organic enlargement. 2 a the growing of separate things into one. b the product of such growing. 3 a extraneous matter added to anything. b the adhesion of this. 4 Law a = ACCESSION. b the increase of a legacy etc. by the share of a failing co-legatee. øøaccretive adj. [L accretio (as ACCRETE)]
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