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WRIT OF DOWER Definition & Legal Meaning

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This Is either a writ of dower unde nihil habet, which lies for awidow, commanding the tenant to assign her dower, no part of which has yet been setoff to her; or a writ of right of dower, whereby she seeks to recover the remainder ofthe dower to which she is entitled, part having been already received from the tenant


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