corruption of blood

Definition of "corruption of blood"
  1. It's the consequence of a legal punishment that prevents an individual from receiving, holding, or passing on any property, status, or designation
How to use "corruption of blood" in a sentence
  1. The law stated that upon severe offenses such as treason, corruption of blood could prevent the offender from passing his property to his children.
  2. The constitutional amendment protects individuals from penalties like corruption of blood that restrict the inheritance of property and titles.
  3. Despite being convicted, the corruption of blood law would not apply, and he was able to leave his assets to his family.

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