Aubaine


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AUBAINE, French law. When a foreigner died in France, the crown by virtue of a right called droit d'aubaine, formerly claimed all the personal property such foreigner had in France at the time of his death. This barbarous law was swept away by the French revolution of 1789. Vide Albinatus Jus. 1 Malleville's Analyse de la Discussion du Code Civil, pp. 26, 28 1 Toullier, 236, n. 265.

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A meal at Aubaine is sure to get you daydreaming about your trip to Paris, sitting in a cafe watching the world go by, soaking in all things French, all things leisurely.
Aubaine has continued to establish itself as a destination for casual-yet-elegant French dining in the Dubai food scene.
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What makes Aubaine special in comparison to its competitors in the market?
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Founded in London, Aubaine is known for its handcrafted bread, patisserie and smart casual service.