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(of e.g. property) capable of being parted or divided

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1997): Permeable and partible person: A comparative analysis of gender and body in South India and Melanesia.
The second part of the article also deals with the economic and sociopolitical impact of the abrogation of the Law of Single Inheritance through an analysis of the new situation confronted by nobles after 1731, when they were able to resume the practice of partible inheritance.
136) Ultimately, this kind of property right rendered any precise traditions of partible or inpartible inheritance redundant.
Partible penitents: Dividual personhood and Christian practice in Melanesia and the West.
con el inventario adicional se produce un ajuste a la realidad particional que para nada resulta inmutable, sino que se adapta a cada nueva situacion que presenta el caudal partible.
quedando para en lo demas y globo de negocios partible con absoluta igualdad la comision entre los tres citados comisionados y por todo con iguales facultades para el regimen de las operaciones y dependencias (33).
1, Madrid: Edicion Editorial La Olmeda, 1960, 185-193; Peter Linehan, A History of Spain: Spain, 1157-1300, A Partible Inheritance, Boston, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008, 31-2.
Hermann Weinsberg had no legitimate offspring, so under the laws of partible inheritance that applied in Cologne, his estate would be divided among his siblings and their heirs.
reconciliation treats faith and reason as if they were partible in terms
Otra de las porciones se destinaba para cubrir con el producto de su venta los gastos de medicion y reparto, y si hubiere sobrante este acreceria al terreno partible entre los indigenas.
However, as contemporary understandings of gender and attitudes to women were directly linked to a preference for male heirs and a reluctance to consider partible inheritance, gender ideology and lineage ideology were linked and interdependent.
130) By 1798, primogeniture was widely rejected by the states in favor of partible division.
51) The rural labor market in this region did not fully emerge until the 1770s, amid a sharp increase in rural population and a widespread pattern of partible inheritance.
1588), A Briefe linstruction and Mane how to Keepe Bookes of Accompts after the Order of Debitor and Creditor, & as well for Proper Accompts Partible, etc.
En este ultimo evento el interes del agente comercia reside en extender la relacion juridica preexistente con los herederos del causante, quienes encuentran en la masa partible el contenido patrimonial del derecho a la propia imagen del fallecido.