dead man's statutes

Юридический термин: "статуты в защиту мертвецов" (лишающие лиц, заинтересованных в судьбе дела о наследстве, права свидетельствовать о своих взаимоотношениях с наследодателем, если интересы последнего представлены no делу противной стороной)

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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