DE NULLO, QUOD EST SUA NATURA INDI- VISIBILE, ET DIVISIONCM NON PATITUR, NULLUM PARTEM HABEBIT VIDUA, SED SATIS- FACIAT EI AD VALENTIAM

Co. Litt. 32. A widow shall have no part of that which in its own nature is indivisible, and is not susceptible
of division, but let the heir satisfy her with an equivalent.

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