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Institute

To inaugurate, originate, or establish. In Civil Law, to direct an individual who was named as heir in a will to pass over the estate to another designated person, known as the substitute.

For example, to institute an action is to commence it by the filing of a complaint.

INSTITUTE, Scotch law. The person first called in the tailzie; the rest, or the heirs of tailzie, are called substitutes. Ersk. Pr. L. Scot. 3, 8, 8. See Tailzie, Heir of; Substitutes.
     2. In the civil law, an institute is one who is appointed heir by testament, and is required to give the estate devised to another person, who is called the substitute.

TO INSTITUTE. To name or to make an heir by testament. Dig. 28, 5, 65. To make an accusation; to commence an action.

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Otro colaborador frecuente de La Escuela Normal fue el presbitero Martin Lleras quien publica con Hotschick en 1872 El primer libro de lectura, tambien aparece entero en la revista Pedagogia, de los deberes particulares de los institutores y como deben cumplirlos.
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