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An assize brought by the rightful heir against a person for wrongfully taking possession of his or her inheritance on the death of an ancestor.
Middle English; earliest use found in Statutes of the Realm. From Anglo-Norman mordauncestre from mort + d' + auncestre, after post-classical Latin mors antecessoris.
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