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Expilation

Ex`pi`la´tion
n.1.The act of expilating or stripping off; plunder; pillage.
This ravenous expilation of the state.
- Daniel.

EXPILATION, civil law. The crime of abstracting the goods of a succession.
     2. This is said not to be a theft, because the property no longer belongs to the deceased, nor to the heir before he has taken possession. In the common law, the grant of letters testamentary, or letters of administration, relate back to the time of the death of the testator or intestate, so that the property of the estate is vested in the executor or administrator from that period.

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