Significado de Titanic clause en en Inglés

Titanic clause

nombre

argot Norteamericano Derecho
  • A clause specifying how the testator's estate should be disposed in the event that all primary and contingent beneficiaries die before probate.

    So called because the possibility of such a scenario entered the public consciousness as a result of the Titanic disaster.

Origen

Early 20th century; earliest use found in The New York World.