Collegatary
Collegatary Col*leg"a*ta*ry, n. [L. collegetarius. See {Legatary}.] (Law) A joint legatee. [1913 Webster]

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  • Collegatary — In civil law, a collegatary is a person to whom is left a legacy, as imparted by a will, in common with one or more other individuals; so called as being a joint legatary, or co legatee. See also Barratry Condonation Allonge References  This …   Wikipedia

  • collegatary — n. person who inherits a legacy with one or more other persons, joint legatee …   English contemporary dictionary

  • collegatary — /kcKwJbgeytariy/ A co legatee; a person who has a legacy left to him in common with other persons …   Black's law dictionary

  • collegatary — /kcKwJbgeytariy/ A co legatee; a person who has a legacy left to him in common with other persons …   Black's law dictionary

  • collegatary — …   Useful english dictionary

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