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Res extincta

“Res extincta” is a legal term in Latin that means “extinct thing” or “thing that no longer exists.” It is used in legal contexts to refer to property or rights that have been terminated or ceased to exist, often due to abandonment, destruction, or expiration. This term is frequently used in discussions about inheritance law, property rights, and other legal matters where the status of property or rights is uncertain or disputed.

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