Definition of "inofficious"
  1. Refers to the act of distributing property in a way that avoids giving the legal heirs their rightful share by law
How to use "inofficious" in a sentence
  1. In the case of an inofficious will, the heirs may potentially challenge the validity of it to claim their lawful share.
  2. The inofficious disposition of assets caused conflicts among the family members.
  3. If a property distribution appears as inofficious, it could be reviewed by the court.

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