Nulius filius

NULIUS FILIUS. The son of no one; a bastard.
     2. A bastard is considered nullius filius as far as regards his right inherit. But the rule of nullius filius does not apply in other respects.
     3. The mother of a bastard, during its age of nurture, is entitled to the custody of her child, and is bound to maintain it. 6 S. & R. 255; 2 John. R. 375; 15 John. R. 208; 2 Mass. R. 109; 12 Mass. R. 387, 433; 1 New Rep. 148; sed vide 5 East, 224 n.
     4. The putative father, too, is entitled to the custody of the child as against all but the mother. 1, Ashm. 55. And, it seems, that the putative father may maintain an action, as if his child were legitimate, for marrying him without his consent, contrary. to law. Addis. 212. See Bastard; Child; Father; Mother;, Putative Father.

nuisance abatement
nuisance tax
nuisance value
Nul agard
Nul disseisin
Nul ne doit s'enrichir aux depens des autres
Nul prendra advantage de son tort demesne
Nul tiel record
Nul tort
Nul waste
Nulia bona
-- Nulius filius --
Null method
null modem
null set
null space
null-terminated multibyte string
Nulla impossibilia aut inhonesta sunt praesumenda
Nullarbor Plain
Nulle regle sans faute
Nulled work
Nulli enim res sua servit jure servitutis
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