Quaestus Law and Legal Definition
Quaestus is a Latin term. The term refers to gain, acquisition, profit, or advantage. It is a term related to probate law.
In Roman law, the term ‘quaestus’ refers to the estate which a person has by acquisition or purchase. It is different from haereditas, an estate which a person owns by descent.
Legal Definition list
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- Quaelibet Jurisdictio Cancellos Suos Habet
- Quaelibet Concessio Fortissime Contra Donatorem Interpretanda Est
- Qualification Questionnaire
- Qualification Requirement
- Qualification Standard [Aeronautics and Space]
- Qualified 501(c) (3) Bonds
- Qualified Acceptance