La insistencia del juez que dirimio el conflicto entre Jose Gregorio Vega y los propietarios de Chauchillas--en que la "calidad de impartible" de la estancia no surgia de los documentos--es una muestra de la voluntad de imponer la ley escrita sobre las practicas.
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).
When Flik examines their eighteenth-century agrarian property structures, he sees neither of these proto-industrial regions as Realteilung (partible inheritance) areas, but rather as regions where impartible inheritance patterns continued; he argues that a parcellized structure of small holdings, the effects of which were lower living costs and low wages, emerged only following the industrialization process of the nineteenth century.
If only a part of the legacy or donation is detrimental to the partible inheritance, the reduction will operate in a partial way, and the gratified persons will be impartible with the heirs who are entitled to a portion of an inheritance.
Law sets the partible inheritance in indirect way, by showing the disposable portion of the estate, the remaining goods are assigned with titles of the partible inheritance, impartible, to the heirs who are entitled to a portion of an inheritance.
(84) This coefficient is conjectural, based on the shrinkage of extended families even in the aristocracy as successoral practices shifted from partible to impartible inheritance and age at first marriage increased for males to their mid-thirties.