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Latin. On the ground of minority and lesion. A minor, on this ground, can be restored against all deeds granted by him in minority, and that whether they have been granted with consent of his curators or not. Those deeds which are null, such as a deed granted by a minor having curators, but without their consent, can be challenged at any time ; but those granted with consent of curators, or by a minor who has none, must be challenged within four years after attaining majority; and in such cases lesion (or injury) must be proved.

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