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REMUNERATION

remuneration (ri-myoo-n<<schwa>>-ray-sh<<schwa>>n), n.1. Payment; compensation. 2.


The act of paying or compensating. remunerative,adj. remunerate,vb.
DONATE
donate,vb. To give (property or money) without receiving consideration for the transfer.
donation,n. donative (doh-n<<schwa>>-tiv), adj.
DONATION
donation. 1. A gift, esp. to a charity. [Cases: Gifts 1.]
donation purely gratuitous. Louisiana law. An unconditional inter vivos gift. Cf. onerous
donation.
onerous donation. Civil law. An inter vivos gift burdened with a condition imposed by the
donor. There is no gift unless the gift's value is more than twice as much as the condition's value
to the donor. La. Civ. Code arts. 1524, 1526. Cf. donation purely gratuitous.
REMUNERATIVE DONATION
remunerative donation. See DONATION.
remunerative donation. Civil law. An inter vivos gift made to compensate a person for services rendered. It is
not a gift unless the value of the property given is more than twice as much as the value of the services. La.
Civ. Code arts. 1525, 1526.2. Eccles. law. A method of acquiring a benefice by deed of gift alone, without
presentation, institution, or induction.
DONATION ACT
donation act.Hist. Property law. A statute granting public lands to settlers who satisfy certain conditions or to
veterans as a reward for military service. See donation land, bounty land under LAND.
DONATION CLAIM
donation claim.See CLAIM(3).
DONATION DEED
donation deed.See DEED.
DONATION LAND
donation land.See LAND.
DONATIO PROPTER NUPTIAS
donatio propter nuptias (doh-nay-shee-oh prahp-t<<schwa>>r n<<schwa>>p-shee-<<
schwa>>s). [Latin a gift on account of marriage] Roman law. A gift from a husband to his wife
equivalent to her dowry and subject to similar conditions. It was formerly called donatio ante
nuptias (gift before marriage) because it was not allowed after the marriage celebration.
Justinian later changed the law and the name. See DOS.
DONATIO VELATA
donatio velata (doh-nay-shee-oh vi-lay-t<<schwa>>). [Latin] Hist. A veiled gift; a concealed
gift.
DONATIVE
donative (don-<<schwa>>-tiv ordoh-n<<schwa>>-tiv), adj.1. Of, relating to, or characterized
by a donation <a donative transfer>.2. Subject to a donation < an advowson donative>.

DONATIVE ADVOWSON
donative advowson.See advowson donative under ADVOWSON.
DONATIVE INTENT
donative intent.See INTENT(1).
DONATIVE TRUST
donative trust.See TRUST.
DONATOR
donator (doh-nay-t<<schwa>>r or doh-nay-t<<schwa>>r also -tor), n.[Latin] A donor; a
person who makes a gift.
DONATORY
donatory (don-<<schwa>>-tor-ee ordoh-n<<schwa>>-tor-ee), n. Scots law. A recipient of a gift; specif., a
donee of the Crown.
A donatory is the donee or receiver of a gift or donation. In practice, the term is applied
exclusively to the person to whom the Crown makes a gift, as of escheat, ultimus haeres, or the
like. William Bell, Bell's Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland 299 (George Watson ed.,
1882).
DONEC
donec (doh-nek). [Latin] Hist. As long as; while; until; within a certain time. This term was
used in old conveyances.
DONEC PROBETUR IN CONTRARIUM
donec probetur in contrarium (doh-nek proh-bee-t<<schwa>>r in
k<<schwa>>n-trair-ee-<<schwa>>m). [Latin] Until proof is given to the contrary.
DONEE
donee (doh-nee).1. One to whom a gift is made; the recipient of a gift. 2. The person in
whose favor a power of appointment is created or reserved. See DONEE OF POWER.
DONEE BENEFICIARY
donee beneficiary.See BENEFICIARY.
DONEE OF POWER
donee of power.A person who has been given a power of appointment, i.e., the power to
dispose of someone else's property. Often shortened to donee. See DONEE(2). Cf. DONOR(3).
DONOR
donor. 1. One who gives something without receiving consideration for the transfer.
2.SETTLOR(1).3. The person who creates or reserves a power of appointment. Cf. DONEE OF
POWER.
DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDER
do-not-resuscitate order. A document, executed by a competent person, directing that if the
person's heartbeat and breathing both cease while in a hospital, nursing home, or similar facility,
no attempts to restore heartbeat or breathing should be made. Abbr. DNR order. See advance
directive.
out-of-hospital do-not-resuscitate order.A do-not-resuscitate order, executed by a person who

has been diagnosed by a physician as having a terminal condition, directing healthcare


professionals to withhold certain life-sustaining treatments when acting outside a hospital or
similar facility. Abbr. OOH-DNR order.
DONUM
donum (doh-n<<schwa>>m), n.[Latin a gift] Roman law. A gift.
DONUM GRATUITUM
donum gratuitum.See gratuitous gift under GIFT.