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kinderbewys, noun

Forms:
Also kinderbeweijs, kinderbewijs.
Plurals:
kinderbewyzen.
Origin:
Afrikaans, South African Dutch, DutchShow more Afrikaans, earlier South African Dutch, from Dutch kinder children + bewijs warranty, deed, proof.
Law
A deed or bond made by the surviving spouse of a couple married in community of property, in order to secure the amounts due to minor children.
1821 C.I. Latrobe in P. Dane Great Houses of Constantia (1981) 148He took out a special Deed of Kinderbewys, which allowed him to borrow money left to his children by their mother.
1975 H. Silberberg Law of Property 329The so-called Kinderbewys which signifies the security which a surviving spouse, as guardian of a minor child, may be called upon to provide if and when she receives the inheritance due to such child from the estate of the predeceased spouse.
A deed or bond made by the surviving spouse of a couple married in community of property, in order to secure the amounts due to minor children.

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