In the civil law. A future right; an inchoate, incipient, or expectant right, not yet fully vested. It may l e either “jus dclatum,” when the subsequent acquisition or vesting of it depends merely on the will of the person in whom it is to vest, or “jus nondum delatum,” when it depends on the future occurrence of other circumstances or conditions. Mackeld. Rom. Law,
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