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Talis res, vel tale rectum, quae vel quod non est in homine adtunc superstite sed tantummodo est et consistit in consideratlone et intelligentia legls, et quod alli dixerunt talem rem vel tale rectum fore in nubibus.

Latin. Such a thing or such a right as is not vested in a person then living, but merely exists in the consideration and contemplation of law, is said to be in abeyance, and others have said that such a thing or such a right is in the clouds.

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