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A Cancellis Curiae Explodi

Meaning of A Cancellis Curiae Explodi In this law dictionary, the legal term a cancellis curiae explodi is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: A Cancellis, AC, and Legal History.



A Manibus

(Law Lat.) An officer who wrote for the emperor; one whose hand (manus) was used for writing; an amanuensis. Calv. Lex. ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Definition, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AM and Legal History.



A Morte Testatoris

Meaning of A Morte Testatoris In this law dictionary, the legal term a morte testatoris is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AM and Legal History.



A Non Domino

Meaning of A Non Domino In this law dictionary, the legal term a non domino is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AN and Legal History.



A Pais

Meaning of A Pais In this law dictionary, the legal term a pais is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AP and Legal History.



A Pari

Meaning of A Pari In this law dictionary, the legal term a pari is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AP and Legal History.



Ab Epistolis

(Lat.) An officer having charge of the correspondence (epistolae) of his superior or sovereign; a secretary. Calv. Lex. ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB and Legal History.



Ab Identitate Ration Is

Meaning of Ab Identitate Ration is In this law dictionary, the legal term ab identitate ration is is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB, Abide, and Legal History.



Abandoned Application

Meaning of Abandoned Application In this law dictionary, the legal term abandoned application is a kind of the Patents, Trademarks class. Resources See Also Abandoned Invention Under Invention; Abandoned Mark Under Trademark Patents Patents Trademarks

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Abandoned, Patents Patents, and Trademarks.



Abandoned property

Property of any kind as to which a sometime possessor or owner has behaved as described under abandonment. Ordinarily, abandoned property is available to whoever appropriates it, but there are instances in which an abandonment by one person will give another particular person title good against [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Abandoned, Patents, and Trademarks.



Abandonment

Adoption Legal Definition of Abandonment Meaning of Abandonment Desertion of a child by a parent or adult primary caregiver with no provisions for continued childcare nor with any apparent intention to return to resume caregiving.Learn more [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Family Law Dictionary, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Abandonment, Admiralty Law, Adoption Definition, Child Adoption, Contracts, Divorce, Etimology, Infants Property, Legal Process, Marine Insurance, Most Popular, and Police.



Abandonment Of Minor Children

Meaning of Abandonment of Minor Children In this law dictionary, the legal term abandonment of minor children is a kind of the Property, Family law class. Resources See Also Nonsupport Property Family law

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Abandonment, and Property.



Abatamentum

(Lat. abata/re). An entry by interposition. Co. Litt. 277. An abatement. Yelv. 151. ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB, Abandonment of Contest, Latin, and Legal History.



Abator

One who abates or destroys a nuisance. One who, having no right of entry, gets possession of the freehold to the prejudice of an heir or devisee, after the time when the ancestor died, and before the heir or devisee enters. Litt. § 397; Perk. § 383; 2 Prest. Abstr. 296, 300. See [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB, Abator, Legal History, and Nuisance.



Abbey Land

Meaning of Abbey Land In this law dictionary, the legal term abbey land is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Mortmain Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB and Legal History.



Abbroachmen

Meaning of Abbroachmen In this law dictionary, the legal term abbroachmen is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB and Legal History.



Abeyance

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Abeyance (You may find abeyance at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1520s, "state of expectation," from Anglo-French abeiance "suspension," also "expectation (especially in a lawsuit)," [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Estates, Etimology, French, and Property.



Able To Work

Meaning of Able to Work In this law dictionary, the legal term able to work is a kind of the Labor law class. Resources See Also Unemployment Compensation Labor law

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB and Unemployment Compensation.



Abridge

In practice. To shorten a declaration or count by taking away or severing some of the substance of it. Brooke, Abr. Abridgment; Comyn, Dig. Abridgment; 1 Viner, Abr. 109. To abridge a plaint is to strike out a part of the demand, and pray that the tenant answer to [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Labor Law, and Synonyms. Tags: AB and Legal History.



Absence

Absence in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of absence.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Officer Law Enforcement Agency Further Reading absence in A Dictionary of Law [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Absentees Louisiana law, and Law Enforcement.



Absolute advantage

A term in economics, especially common in the language of international trade. A country or region is said to have an absolute advantage over another when it can supply gooods or services more cheaply. For instance, Honduras has an absolute advantage over Switzerland in the [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Criminal Law, International Law, N, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Commerce Policy, and Trade Policy.



Absorption

Concept of Absorption in the context of Real Property A short definition of Absorption: The filling of space, such as the rental of units or sale of a tract. The time or rate must be estimated and considered as part of the owner's (usually the builder) costs.

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB.



Absque aliquo inde reddendo

Latin for without receiving any rent therefrom, a phrase identifying a free grant of lands from the Crown....

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB, Absorption, and Legal History.



Absque Ipsius Regis Speciali Licentia

Meaning of Absque Ipsius Regis Speciali Licentia In this law dictionary, the legal term absque ipsius regis speciali licentia is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB, Absorption, and Legal History.



Abstract of Title

A condensed history of the title to land appearing on the public records consisting of a summary of the relevant portion of all conveyances which affect said land or any estate or interest, together with a statement of all liens or liabilities to which the land may be subject. See Geithman v [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, N, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Abstracts, Abstracts of Title Abstract of Title, Property, Real Estate, and US Law .



Abuse of distress

Where animals or chattels lawfully distrained are worked or used, the person distraining is liable to an action for conversion ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB and Legal History.



Abuse Of Rights

Meaning of Abuse of Rights In this law dictionary, the legal term abuse of rights is a kind of the International Law, Louisiana law class. Resources See Also International Law Louisiana law

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AB and Louisiana law.



Accedas ad curiam

(Lat. that you go to court). In English law. An original writ issuing out of chancery and directed to the sheriff, for the purpose of removing a replevin suit from the hundred court or court baron before one of the superior courts of law. It directs the sheriff to go to the lower court, [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC, Latin, and Legal History.



Accelerated Cost Recovery System

Meaning of Accelerated Cost Recovery System in the United States Tax System This method of depreciation was first introduced by the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 and modified by the Tax Reform Act of 1984. Other enactments were issued later. The Accelerated Cost Recovery System (ACRS) ru...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Roman Law, and Tax Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Internal Revenue, Property, and Securities.



Accelerated Depreciation

Any depreciation method that produces larger deductions for depreciation in the early years of a project's life. Accelerated cost recovery system (ACRS), which is a depreciation schedule allowed for tax purposes, is one such example....

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Financial Terminology, Intellectual Property, International Law, Roman Law, and Tax Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Finance Definition, Property, Securities, and US Tax Law.



Accelerated Depreciation Method

Meaning of Accelerated Depreciation Method In this law dictionary, the legal term accelerated depreciation method is a kind of the Property, Securities class. Resources See Also Depreciation Method Property Securities

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Property, and Securities.



Accelerated Disclosure

Meaning of Accelerated Disclosure In this law dictionary, the legal term accelerated disclosure is a kind of the Property, Securities class. Resources See Also Accelerated Discovery Under Discovery Property Securities

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Property, and Securities.



Accelerated Discovery

Meaning of Accelerated Discovery In this law dictionary, the legal term accelerated discovery is a kind of the Property, Securities class. Resources See Also Discovery Property Securities

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Property, and Securities.



Accelerated Remainder

Meaning of Accelerated Remainder In this law dictionary, the legal term accelerated remainder is a kind of the Property, Securities class. Resources See Also Remainder Property Securities

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Property, and Securities.



Accelerated-reentry Theory

Meaning of Accelerated-reentry Theory In this law dictionary, the legal term accelerated-reentry theory is a kind of the Property, Securities class. Resources See Also Post-Expiration-Sales Theory Property Securities

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Property, and Securities.



Acceleration

The doctrine of acceleration as applied to the law of property refers to the hastening of the enjoyment of an estate which is otherwise postponed to a latter period . Acceleration is also a remedy used where there has been an anticipatory Repudiation of a contract or a [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Definition, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Roman Law, and Synonyms. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Bills, Notes, Property, Remainders, and Securities.



Acceleration Clause

The term is often used in reference to contracts for payment of money in what is usually called an acceleration clause by which time for payment of the debt is advanced because of breach of some condition such as failure to pay interest when due. Acceleration clauses are often bargained for [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, I, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Bills, Contract, IL, Notes Property, Securities, US Law , and US Law 54508.



Accession

To Property. The right to all which one's own property produces, whether that property be movable or immavable, including the increase of animals, and the right to that which is so united to it, either naturally i or artificially, as not to be readily separable. See 45 Vt. 4; 2 Kent, [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Roman Law, and Synonyms. Tags: AC, Accession, Commerce Policy, Diplomacy, Europe, Formato Extenso, International Public Law, Most Popular, Police, and Trade Policy.



Accidentalia

Meaning of Accidentalia In this law dictionary, the legal term accidentalia is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Essentalia Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC, Accidental Harm, and Legal History.



Accidentalia Feudi

Meaning of Accidentalia Feudi In this law dictionary, the legal term accidentalia feudi is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Essentialia Feud! Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC, Accidental Harm, and Legal History.



Accipitare

To pay relief to lords of manors. Capitali domino accipitare, i. e., to pay a relief, homage, or obedience to the chief lord on becoming his vassal. Fleta, lib. 2, c. 50. ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC and Legal History.



Accumulando Jura Juribus

Meaning of Accumulando Jura Juribus In this law dictionary, the legal term accumulando jura juribus is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC and Legal History.



Accusatrix

Meaning of Accusatrix In this law dictionary, the legal term accusatrix is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC and Legal History.



Achieve

Meaning of Achieve In this law dictionary, the legal term achieve is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC and Legal History.



Acknowledgment of debt

A statement by a debtor communicated to his creditor which admits the existence of the debt. The statement may expressly state an intention to pay the debt, but will usually imply such an intention. Such acknowledgments are legally most important with respect to alleged debts barred by either [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Limitation of Actions, and Louisiana law.



Acquietandis plegiis

A writ of justices, formerly Ijnng for the surety against a creditor who refuses to acquit him after the debt has been satisfied. Eeg. Writs, 158; Cowell; Blount. ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC, Acquiescence, Latin, Legal History, and obsolete.



Acquirenda

Meaning of Acquirenda In this law dictionary, the legal term acquirenda is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC, Acquirenda, and Legal History.



Acquist

Meaning of Acquist In this law dictionary, the legal term acquist is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Acquet Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC and Legal History.



Act Of Petition

Meaning of Act of Petition In this law dictionary, the legal term act of petition is a kind of the Legal History class. Resources See Also Legal History

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC and Legal History.



Act of Settlement

The statute of 12 & 13 Wm. III. c. 2, limiting the English crown to the Princess Sophia, of Hanover, and the heirs of her body being Protestants ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, and Labor Law. Tags: AC and Legal History.



Act of State Doctrine

This doctrine says that a nation is sovereign within its own borders and its domestic actions may not be questioned in the courts of another nation....

Categories: A, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Financial Terminology, Intellectual Property, and International Law. Tags: AC, Commerce Policy, Finance Definition, and Trade Policy.



Act of Uniformity

The statute of 13 & 14 Car. II. c. 4, enacting that the book of common prayer, as then recently revised, should be used in every parish church and other place of public worship, and otherwise ordaining a uniformity in religious services, etc. 3 Steph. Comm. 104. ...

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Actio De In Rem Verso

In the civil law. An action concerning a thing converted to the profit of another ; an action granted to one who had contract with a son or slave, in order to recover whatever the father or master, by means of such contract, had converted to their own advantage. Inst. 4. 7. 4; Dig. 15. 3; [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC and Actio.



Actio Ex Empto

In the civil law. An action of purchase, or upon purchase; an action which a buyer is entitled to maintain against a seller, in order to cause him to deliver possession of the thing sold, with its titles and fruits, and everything dependent upon it. Poth. Cont. pt. 2, c. 1, art. 5; Inst. [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC and Actio.



Actio Ex Vendito

In the civil law. An action upon sale; an action which a seller is entitled to maintain against a buyer to recover the price of a thing sold and delivered. Inst. 4. 6. 28; Heinec. Elem. Jur. Civ. lib. 3, tit. 24, § 915. Called actio venditi. Id.; Dig. 19. 1; Code, 4. 49. ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC and Actio.



Actio Finium Regundorum

In the civil law. An action for the determination of boundaries between adjoining lands. Inst. 4. 17. 6; Id. 4. 6. 20. Enumerated by Bracton and Fleta among mixed actions. Bracton, fol. 444; Fleta, lib. 5, c. 9, § 3. See Finium Regundorum Actio. ...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC and Actio.



Actio furti

In the civil law. An action of theft; an action founded upon theft. Inst. 4. 1. 13-17; Bracton, fol. 444. This could only be brought for the penalty attached to the offense (tantum ad poenoe persecutioneTTi pertinet) , and not to recover the thing stolen itself, for which other actions [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC and Actio.



Actio in factum

In civil law. An action adapted to the particular case which had an analogy to some actio in jus, which was founded on some subsisting acknowledged law. Spence, Eq. Jur. 212. The origin of these actions is strikingly similar to that of actions on the case at common law. See [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC and Actio.



Actio in personam

(Lat.) an action against the person. See Actio (2). A personal action. This is the term in use in the civil law to denote the actions which in the common law are called personal. In modern usage it is applied in English and American law to those suits in admiralty [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, and Roman Law. Tags: AC and Actio.