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noun (plural coparcenaries)[mass noun] English Law
Joint heirship; the status of a coparcener.
- Where there is no coparcenary at all, a law giving admission into a coparcenary can have no effect.
- She, not being a member of the coparcenary, will not get a share at the time of the notional partition.
- She becomes a member of the coparcenary by birth in the same manner as that of a son.
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