legem


legem
n. statute, ordinance (Law)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • legem — See extra legem …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • legem — /liyjam/ Lat. Accusative of lex, law. Occurring in various legal phrases, as follows …   Black's law dictionary

  • legem — /liyjam/ Lat. Accusative of lex, law. Occurring in various legal phrases, as follows …   Black's law dictionary

  • legem pone — payment of money, cash down, 1570s, from first two words of the fifth division of Psalm cxix, which begins the psalms at Matins on the 25th of the month; consequently associated with March 25, a quarter day in the old financial calendar, when… …   Etymology dictionary

  • legem amittere — To lose one s law. When a man was condemmed as a recreant, amittere liberem legem–to lose his free law–that is, to become infamous, and not to be accounted liber et legalis homo–a free and lawful man–he was supposed thereby to be forsworn, and… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • legem positus — See extra legem positus …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Legem brevem esse oportet, quo facilius ab imperitis teneatur. — См. Коротко да ясно, оттого и прекрасно …   Большой толково-фразеологический словарь Михельсона (оригинальная орфография)

  • LEGEM BREVEM ESSE OPORTET — – закон должен быть краток …   Советский юридический словарь

  • legem amittere — /liyjam amitariy/ To lose one s law; that is, to lose one s privilege of being admitted to take an oath …   Black's law dictionary

  • legem facere — /liyjam feysariy/ In old English law, to make law or oath …   Black's law dictionary


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