fertile octogenarian rule

Definition of "fertile octogenarian rule"
  1. An assumption in law that an individual, regardless of age, is capable of fathering a child or becoming pregnant, potentially complicating estate division
How to use "fertile octogenarian rule" in a sentence
  1. Due to the fertile octogenarian rule, the estate could not be divided until both parents passed away.
  2. The application of the fertile octogenarian rule delayed the inheritance process.
  3. The fertile octogenarian rule made the distribution of the property more complex than it might have otherwise been.

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