Age: Time passed from the birth of a person.
Major of age: It is a condition to determine the full aptitude to act of the person when to reach a certain age, when the person hasacquired an intellectual and physical maturity to have a valid and he will to work some acts.
Minor: The person who has not yet an adult. The minority understood throughout child and, often, adolescenceor part of it.
Judicial defender: It represents and protects the minors in matters as conflicts of interest or for another reason that the tutor could not cover.
Kinship: It is the link thatjoins persons who descend some of others or who have the ascending one jointly.
Emancipation: It is the action that allows to the persons to enter a condition of autonomy and to finish thesubordination to some authority to that this subject.
Person: is the reason of the law. Commonly is the man, legally is the subject of rights and obligations.
Natural person: member of the human speciessusceptible to acquire rights and incur obligations.
Legal person: subject of rights and obligations there physically but not as human individual but as an institution and it’s created by one ormore individuals to play a role.
Personality: ability to be active or passive subject of legal relations.
Nature formalist: legal attribution on legal persons.
Realistic Nature: emanation ofhuman nature in respect of the dignity and worth of the human condition.
Predecease: it is a legal fiction that happens in case two successors die in the same accident.
Nasciturus: Conceived butnot born.
Legal capacity: fitness to be owner of rights and obligations.
Capacity to act: legal quality of the person that determines the effectiveness of his acts according to his maritalstatus.
Parental rights: Obligations or duties that law gives parents over the person and goods of their sons.
Matrimonial economical regime: Juridical status that regulates the economic...