- aetate probanda
- /iyteytiy prowbeenda/ A writ (now obsolete) which inquired whether the king's tenant holding in chief by chivalry was of full age to receive his lands. It was directed to the escheater of the county
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.
Look at other dictionaries:
aetate probanda — See de aetate probanda … Ballentine's law dictionary
pro aetate probanda — See commission pro aetate probanda … Ballentine's law dictionary
de aetate probanda — For proving age,–a writ which lay to determine the time of the majority of the infant heir of a tenant in capite … Ballentine's law dictionary