inofficious


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inofficious

(ˌɪnəˈfɪʃəs)
adj
(Law) contrary to moral obligation, as the disinheritance of a child by his parents: an inofficious will.
ˌinofˈficiously adv
ˌinofˈficiousness n
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Translations

inofficious

adj (Jur) → pflichtwidrig; inofficious testament or willgegen die natürlichen Pflichten des Erblassers verstoßendes Testament
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She claimed that the donation must be reduced because it is inofficious as it prejudiced her legitime.
Otherwise, if no bids are made at the auction, those vehicles could be distributed to government offices for the use of high officials who are obsessed with fancy cars (like Land Cruisers, Pajeros, BMWs, etc.), instead of appropriating millions of taxpayers' hard-earned money to meet their inofficious demands for perks and privileges.