Visne

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Meaning of Visne

The neighborhood; a neighboring place; a place near at hand; the venue. Formerly the visne was confined to the immediate neghborhood where the cause of action arose, and many verdicts were disturbed because the visne was too large, which becoming a great grievance, several statutes were passed to remedy the evil. 21 Jac. I. 0. 13, gives aid after verdict, where the visne is partly wrong, that is, where It is warded out of too many or too few places in the county named. 16 & 17 Car. II. c. 8, goes further, and cures defects of the visne wholly, so that the cause is tried by a jury of the proper county. See “Venue.”

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Concept of “Visne, Vicinetus”

Traditional meaning of visne, vicinetus in English (with some legal use of this latin concept in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in Latin) Neighborhood: venue; see 36 W. Va. 84.

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  1. Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases and Maxims, “Visne, Vicinetus”, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1911, United States. It is also called the Stimson’s Law dictionary. This term and/or definition may be absolete.

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