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A term equivalent to 'during,' which is used in some law phrases, such as durante absentia, during absence; durante minor cetate, during minority; durante bene placito, during our good pleasure.
When the executor is out of the jurisdiction of the court or officer to whom belongs the probate of wills and granting letters of administration, letters of administration will be granted to another during the absence of the executor; and the person thus appointed is called the administrator durante absentia.
During the minority.
During his minority, an infant can enter into no contract, except those for his benefit. If he should be appointed an executor, administration of the estate will be granted, durante minore aetate, to another person.