This section is from the book "Popular Law Library Vol1 Introduction To The Study Of Law Legal History", by Albert H. Putney. Also see: Popular Law-Dictionary.
3. What has been appointed in regard to the property or tutelage shall be binding in law.
4. If a man die intestate, having no natural heirs, his property shall pass to the nearest agnate.
5. If there be no agnate, the gentiles shall succeed.
7. ... If one be hopelessly insane, his agnates and gentiles shall have authority over him and his property. . . in case there be none to take charge.
8. . . . from that estate . . . into that estate.