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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 coelo ad centrum

From the heavens to the center of the earth. Another, fuller form is Cugus est solum ejus est usque ad coelum et ad inferos, i.e., The owner of the soil owns to the heavens and to the lowest depths (of the earth). This may be true in most situations, but like all rights [...]

Categories: A. Tags: AC.



A/C

Law abbreviation of account. Others are a/c, acc't, and acc....

Categories: A. Tags: AC.



Ac Etiaivi

(Lat. and also.) The introduction to the statement of the real cause of action, used in those cases where it was necessarjr to allege a fictitious cause of action to give the court jurisdiction, and also the real cause in compliance with the statutes. It was first used in the king's [...]

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Ac Etiam Billae

(Law Lat. and also to a bill). The initial words of a clause inserted in a writ of capias ad respondendum,. where bail is required, in order to express the true cause of action; the writ requiring the defendant to answer the plaintiff of a plea of trespass, and also to a bill of tha [...]

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Ac si

(Lat.) As if. Towns. PI. 23, 27. There words frequently occur in old English statutes. Lord Bacon expounds their meaning in the statute of uses: The statute gives entry, not simpliciter, but with an ac si. Bac. Read. Uses, Works, iv. 195. ...

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AC-DC

In modern sexual slang, refers to a person who is willing to take sexual satisfaction homosexually or heterosexually. Sometimes also used to refer to a homosexual who is willing to take either the active or passive role in sexual activity. See also androgyny....

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Academe

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Academe (You may find Academe at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). The Academy, as a place where arts and sciences were taught, 1580s, from phrase groves of Academe (translating Horace's silvas Academi), the name of [...]

Categories: A. Tags: AC and Etimology.



Academic

What does Academic mean in American Law? The definition of Academic in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: When used to describe a school, or a course of study at one, the word is used to distinguish the program from a [...]

Categories: A. Tags: AC and Etimology.



Academic freedom

Academic freedom What does Academic freedom mean in American Law? The definition of Academic freedom in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: A term of uncertain scope, generally describing the right of teachers not to be [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Civil Rights, Colleges, Education And Communications, Law, Political rights, Rights and freedoms, Social rights, Teaching, and Universities.



Academic year

Typically officially or unofficially reckoned from September through June, i.e., from when classes start after the long summer vacation to when they stop again before the next one. Hence, such years are named with two numbers, e.g., the 1981-82 academic year....

Categories: A. Tags: AC.



Academy

What does Academy mean in American Law? The definition of Academy in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: A word used with some frequency in the name of a school (e.g., "Deerfield Academy"), though only rarely [...]

Categories: A. Tags: AC and Etimology.



Acapte

In French feudal law. A species of relief; a seignorial right due on every change of a tenant. A feudal right which formerly prevailed in Languedoc and Guyenne, being attached to that species of heritable estates which were granted on the contract of emphyteusis. Guyot, Inst. Feud, c. 5, [...]

Categories: A. Tags: AC.



Acas

English Legal System: AcasIn the context of the English law, A Dictionary of Law provides the following legal concept of Acas : Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service: a statutory body that was established under the Employment Protection Act 1975; the composition and functions of ACAS [...]

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Accapitare

Concept of "Accapitare" Traditional meaning of accapitare in English (with some legal use of this latin concept in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in Latin) To do homage to a chief lord on taking a feud. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law [...]

Categories: A. Tags: AC and Latin.



Accapitare, Acapitare, Or Acaptare

(Law Lat.) From caput, head, or chief. (1) To pay homage to a chief lord, on becoming his vassal. Bracton, fol. 78n; Fleta, lib. 3, c. 16, § 6, (2) To acknowledge the sovereignty of a chief lord in special cases, as against a mesne; to attorn (acapitare et se atturnare). [...]

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Accapitum

Concept of "Accapitum" Traditional meaning of accapitum in English (with some legal use of this latin concept in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in Latin) The relief money payable to a chief lord. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of [...]

Categories: A. Tags: AC and Latin.



Accardi

Meaning of Accardi in the United States Tax SystemAccording to this doctrine (used in the 80s in the United States) after the U.S. Internal Revenue Service has adopted a procedural rule (for example, the Miranda warning) affecting, or that may affect, a substantial tax or constitutional rig...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.