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majorat

(maʒɔra)
n
the right of succession which belongs to the first-born child or son of a family
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Estudio genealogico y social, Sevilla, 1989; Rafael SANCHEZ SAUS, Linajes sevillanos medievales, Sevilla, 1991; Rafael SANCHEZ SAUS, La nobleza andaluza en la Edad Media, GranadaCadiz, 2005; Miguel Angel LADERO QUESADA, La seigneurie de Lepe et d'Ayamonte a la fin du XVe siecle: majorat, valeur et rentes, en Les Espagnes medievales.
The Majorat of Sartenejas in Colonial Venezuela 1740-1858
Some twenty years later, reconciled with the wife who had left him, thirteen years into their marriage, to cohabit for six years with the journalist Lousteau, the newly proclaimed comte de La Baudraye, majorat and male heir to his peerage securely established, "triomphait a soixante-quatre ans de la vie qu'on lui deniait, de la famille que le beau Milaud de Nevers lui interdisait d'avoir.
Hoffman's Das Majorat, translated as Rolandsitten, Or The Deed of Entail--a partial source for "Usher" based on Sir Walter Scott's discussion of it in his essay "On the Supernatural in Fictitious Composition" (Foreign Quarterly Review, July 1827), and a work bearing strategic resemblances to another major source for Poe's story, John Hardman's "The Robber's Tower" (Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, December 1828).
Closest to the Elixiere is probably Das Majorat (1817), in which the characters blame the ancestors for all their misery in life (III: 284).
Actiunea in resciziune pentru leziune poate fi promovata de reprezentantul legal al minorului, insa numai in situatia in care minorul nu a ajuns la majorat (10), avand in vedere ca dispozitiile art.