A gift causa mortis is not effective unless the donor actually dies of the impending
peril that he or she had contemplated when making the gift, i.e. these gifts can ...
Causa Mortis. [Latin, In contemplation of approaching death.] A phrase
sometimes used in reference to a deathbed gift, or a gift causa mortis, since the
giving of ...
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noun gift cau·sa mor·tis \-ˌkau̇səˈmȯrtə̇s, -ˌkau̇zə-, -ˌkȯzə-\. Definition of
GIFT CAUSA MORTIS. : a gift of personal property made by the donor in ...
adjective mor·tis cau·sa \ˈmȯrtə̇ˈskau̇|sə, -kȯ|, |zə\. Definition of MORTIS
CAUSA. : made by reason of or in contemplation of impending death <her last
Latin term meaning “in contemplation of approaching death.” A gift causa mortis
is a gift given by a party who feels certain that death is imminent. The phrase is ...
DEFINITION of 'Gift Causa Mortis'. A gift to be given at a later date in anticipation
of the giver's death. If the giver dies of an ailment differing from the expected ...
Donatio mortis causa is a Latin term which means "gift on the occasion of death”
and refers to the transfer of property made by a person who anticipates death.
Definition of causa mortis: Legal term used to identify a gift of some sort that
shortly precedes the giver's death. The gift can only be legally...
Definition of DONATIO MORTIS CAUSA: A gift made by a person in sickness,
who, apprehending his dissolution near, delivers, or causes to be delivered, ...