impartible


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See: contagious, indivisible, inseparable

impartible

of land or an estate, incapable of partition; indivisible.
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By the same circumstance, if a part of impartible goods is acquired by inheritance by one co-owner, shared action is not extinguished by prescription, but on the grounds that it was unnecessary (Eliescu, 1966: 213).
A few children stayed at home, such as the designated heir of a peasant household in areas of impartible inheritance, or peasant boys indiscriminately in areas of partible inheritance; likewise, the son or sons likely to inherit from a merchant father.
Only the tenant farmers on estates kept intact through impartible inheritance customs enjoyed some stability.