coheir


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coheir

a person who inherits jointly with others
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The Virgin souls that have been leveled and beheaded will "be crowned as Coheirs with the Lord in his Personal glory.
If we recognize that we're all coheirs, then we have to put into action what we profess," he says.
But as we advance in the religious life and faith, we shall run the way of God's commandments with expanded hearts and unspeakable sweetness of love; so that never departing from His guidance and persevering in the monastery in His doctrine till death, we may by patience share in the sufferings of Christ, and be found worthy to be coheirs with Him of His kingdom.
Putting the rights of those individual persons and their nations in proper perspective in light of this understanding of what we mean by the common good will do much to convert or turn us to think globally and to extend our view of others as coheirs with us of our earthly home.
For examples of suits brought by an heir against his or her coheirs, see the Third Restatement of Restitution and Unjust Enrichment [section] 30, illustrations 23-25 (Tentative Draft No.
60) To Clementia, Countess of Flanders, he wrote sometime after 1100, "Princes should not think that the spouse of God, their mother (if they are Christians) was given to them as a hereditary dominion, but rather entrusted to them by God so that may merit to become her coheirs to honor and defend her.