post mortem means: N. Latin meaning “after death”, an examination of the body of an individual to ascertain cause of death. Also known as an autopsy. (in Legal Dictionary)
What else does post mortem mean?
- Postmortem examinations are an autopsy on a person who has died. (in Legal Dictionary)
- Latin post mortem means “after death.” The following are some common legal uses for the term “post mortem”. (in Legal Dictionary)
- The rules governing the commercial use after death of a person’s name, likeness or any other identifiable aspects of their persona are called post-mortem publicity rights. (in Legal Dictionary)
- Tax planning post-mortem involves the creation of a plan that will reduce the tax liabilities for the estate or its beneficiaries following the death of the testator. (in Legal Dictionary)