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Latin. He who derives advantage from any one, should bear that person's obligations, or make good his deeds. Thus a husband who by the marriage succeeds to the whole moveable estate of his wife, is bound in payment of her debts and fulfillment of her obligations; as also is an heir liable for the debts and deeds of the ancestor to whom he succeeds, and whom he represents.

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