Definition of Mental soundness
1. Noun. The healthy psychological state of someone with good judgment.
Generic synonyms: Mental Health
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mental Soundness
Literary usage of Mental soundness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Trial Evidence: The Rules of Evidence Applicable on the Trial of Civil by Austin Abbott, James MacGregor Smith, John Kenneth Byard (1918)
"Opinions as to mental soundness. On the question of the testator's mental capacity, a Subscribing witness may state the opinion which, at the time of the ..."
2. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1890)
"The highest degree of mental soundness is not required in order to constitute capacity to make a testamentary disposition of property. ..."
3. The Ohio Nisi Prius Reports by Ohio Courts (1920)
"NON-EXPERT TESTIMONY AS TO THE mental soundness OF A TESTATOR. Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County. MABEL KOHL, PLAINTIFF, v. THERESA KOHL, EXECUTRIX ..."
4. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1903)
"The burden of proof on the issue of the mental soundness of a testator Ig, In the District of Columbia, ..."
5. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1903)
"The burden of proof on the Issue of the mental soundness of a testator IB, In the District of Columbia, ..."
6. The Elements of General Method Based on the Principles of Herbart by Charles Alexander McMurry (1893)
"We have no controversy with the highest mental discipline and strength that are consistent with all-round mental soundness. Our better teachers are not ..."
7. The Codes of California as Amended and in Force at the Close of the Thirty by California, James Manford Kerr (1907)
"determinative and conclusive upon subject of mental soundness of testatrix where conflict Is raised and under familiar rule appellate court will not disturb ..."