Translation: from english

possessionem

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  • Missio in possessionem — (lat., auch Missio in bona), die im römischen Recht vorgesehene richterliche »Einweisung« der Gläubiger »in das Vermögen« des Schuldners zum Zweck ihrer Befriedigung daraus. Vgl. Cessio bonorum …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • writ of habere facias possessionem — See habere facias possessionem …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • habere facias possessionem — /habiriy feys(h)iyas pazes(h)iy6wnam/ Lat. That you cause to have possession. The name of the process commonly resorted to by the successful party in an action of ejectment, for the purpose of being placed by the sheriff in the actual possession… …   Black's law dictionary

  • transferuntur dominia sine titulo et traditione, per usucaptionem, scil, per longam continuam et pacificam possessionem — /traensfarantar damin(i)ya sayniy tit(y)alow et tradishiyowniy, par yuwzyuwkaepshiyownam, silasat, par loijgam kantinyuwam et pasifakam pazeshiyownam/ Rights of dominion are transferred without title or delivery, by usucaption, tc wit, long and… …   Black's law dictionary

  • habere facias possessionem — The technical term applied to a writ of possession for the execution of a judgment in favor of a plaintiff in ejectment. 25 Am J2d Eject § 133. A writ of possession directed to the sheriff of the county commanding him to give actual possession to …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • traditio nihil aliud est quam rei corporalis de persona in personam, de manu in manum, translatio aut in possessionem inductio; sed res incorporates, quae sunt ipsum jus rei vel corpori inhaerens, traditionem non patiuntur — Livery is nothing but the transfer or the induction into possession of a corporeal hereditament from person to person, from hand to hand; but an incorporeal hereditament, which is the right itself to a thing or inherent in the person does not… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • habere facias possessionem — həˈbirēˈfāshēəspəˌzesēˈōˌnem noun Etymology: Medieval Latin, you should cause to have possession (the opening words of the writ) : a writ of execution in ejectment originally in England in cases of chattels real …   Useful english dictionary

  • POSSIONEM — possessionem …   Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions

  • RYSVICUM i. e. RYSWYK — RYSVICUM, i. e. RYSWYK pagus celebris, et peramoenus Hollandiae, suburbanus Hagae Comitum, Potentissimi, Augustissimi, Felicissini, Serenissimi VILHELMI III. Magnae Britanniae Regis, Castro sumptuosissimo, magnificentissimo nobilitatus; in cuius… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • possession — et heritage, Possessio. La possession et terre d aucun, Dominatus. Une grande possession et heritage, Latifundium. Possession vuide et vacue, Vacua praedia. L art de musique est devenu en la possession de peu de gens, Ad paucos recidit ars musica …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • intruz — Intruz, Occupator iure cassus, B. Estre intruz, In sacerdotij possessionem perperam inuadere, Grassari in possessionem, B. Intruz en un benefice, Grassatus in possessionem beneficij, B …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

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