Definition of Haeres
1. heres [n -REDES] - See also: heres
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Literary usage of Haeres
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1. The Cyclopedic Law Dictionary: Comprising the Terms and Phrases of American by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf (1922)
"haeres EX ASSE (Lat.) In civil law. An heir to the whole estate; a sole heir. ... An heir born; one born heir, as distinguished from one made heir (haeres ..."
2. A Law Dictionary of Words, Terms, Abbreviations and Phrases which are by James Arthur Ballentine (1916)
"haeres. An heir. haeres actu. An heir by one's act or appointment. ... haeres de facto. An heir in fact. haeres est alter ipse, et filius est pars patris. ..."
3. A Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases, and Maxims: With an Explanatory by Frederic Jesup Stimson, Harvey Cortlandt Voorhees (1911)
"haeres de facto: an heir in fact; from the wrongful act of his ancestor. haeres factus: an heir by will, a testamentary heir; see 18 Pa. 43. ..."