prolem ante matrimonium natam, ita ut post legitimam, lex civilis succedere facit in haereditate parentum; sed prolem, quam matrimonium non parit, succedere non sinit lex anglorum

prolem ante matrimonium natam, ita ut post legitimam, lex civilis succedere facit in haereditate parentum; sed prolem, quam matrimonium non parit, succedere non sinit lex anglorum
/prowbm aentiy maetramown(i)yam neytam, ayta at powst bjitamam, leks sivalas saksiytariy feysat in haredateytiy parentam; sed prowbm, kwaem maetram6wn(i)yam non perat, saksiydariy non saynat leks aerjgloram/
The civil law permits the offspring born before marriage, provided such offspring be afterwards legitimized, to be the heirs of their parents; but the law of the English does not suffer the offspring not produced by the marriage to succeed

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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