Putative

• (a.) Commonly thought or deemed; supposed; reputed; as, the putative father of a child.
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Putative

(Adj) When a belief, faith or practice is accepted as per a custom, practice or situation, if such believes, faith or practices are not proven wrong , then such beliefs, faith or practices are termed as punitive. For example when a male and female are living together unless proving the contrary they are accepted as husband and wife.
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Putative

Pu'ta·tive adjective [ Latin putativus , from putare , putatum , to reckon, suppose, adjust, prune, cleanse. See Pure , and confer Amputate , Compute , Dispute , Impute .] Commonly thought or deemed; supposed; reputed; as, the putative...
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Putative

A marriage which is not valid, objectively speaking, but which is entered into in good faith by at least one of the parties until both parties are aware of the nullity of the union. Children born of such a union are legitimate in church law.
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putative

adj. commonly believed, supposed or claimed. Thus a putative father is one believed to be the father unless proved otherwise, a putative marriage is one that is accepted as legal when in reality it was not lawful (e.g. due to failure to complete a prior divorce). A putative will is one that appears to be the final will but a later will is found tha...
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Putative

Commonly believed, supposed, or claimed. For example, a putative father is one believed to be the father unless proved otherwise; a putative marriage is one that is accepted as legal when in reality it was not lawful (for example, due to failure to complete a prior divorce).
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putative

Commonly thought or deemed; supposed; reputed; as, the putative father of a child. 'His other putative (I dare not say feigned) friends.' 'Thus things indifferent, being esteemed useful or pious, became customary, and then came for reverence into a putative and usurped authority.' (Jer. Taylor) ... Origin: L. Putativus, fr. Putare, putatum, to reck...
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putative

purported
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putative

putative 1. Generally believed to be, or regarded, as being something: 'He was considered to be the putative father of the child.' 2. Believed to exist now or to have existed at some time.
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putative

supposed; reputed
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Putative

The word is taken from the Latin verb ?putare? and literally means ?to think.? It applies to marriages which objectively are null but which are entered in good faith by at least one of the parties. See Marriage.
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