Translation: from latin to russian

repetundae

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  • repetundae — repetundae, or pecuniae repetundae /(pakyuwniyiy) repatandiy/ In Roman law, the terms used to designate such sums of money as the socii of the Roman state, or individuals, claimed to recover from magistratus, judices, or publici curatores, which… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Repetundae — (v. lat.), nach Römischem Recht Sachen, welche rechtlich zurückgefordert werden konnten; Crimen repetundarum das Verbrechen, dessen sich ein Magistrat dadurch schuldig machte, daß er sich durch Annahme unerlaubter Geschenke, Erpressung,… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Repetundae — (подр. pecuniae = деньги, подлежащие возврату) этот термин в римском уголовном судопроизводстве встречается в комбинации crimen repetundarum (по греч. δίκη δώρων) и означает обвинение, предъявленное к бывшим промагистратам, вследствие… …   Энциклопедический словарь Ф.А. Брокгауза и И.А. Ефрона

  • repetundae, or pecuniae repetundae — /(pakyuwniyiy) repatandiy/ In Roman law, the terms used to designate such sums of money as the socii of the Roman state, or individuals, claimed to recover from magistratus, judices, or publici curatores, which they had improperly taken or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • REPETUNDAE Pecuniae dictae sunt — quas sive Socii, sive cives privati, a Magistratibus aut Iudicibus, aut publicis Curatoribus, iudiciô repetiverunt, quas illi aut in provincia aut ob ius dicendum aut ob iudicandum, aut ob aliud aliquid publice curandum, cepissent. Quod genus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • pecuniae repetundae — repetundae, or pecuniae repetundae /(pakyuwniyiy) repatandiy/ In Roman law, the terms used to designate such sums of money as the socii of the Roman state, or individuals, claimed to recover from magistratus, judices, or publici curatores, which… …   Black's law dictionary

  • res repetundae — index extortion Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • Titus Albucius — Titus Albucius, (praetor c. 105 BC) was a noted orator of the late Roman Republic.He finished his studies at Athens at the latter end of the 2nd century BC, and belonged to the Epicurean sect. He was well acquainted with Greek literature, or… …   Wikipedia

  • Lex Calpurnia — (also Lex Calpurnia de Repetundis or Lex de Rebus Repetundis) was a law established in 149 BC by Tribune Lucius Calpurnius Piso. It established a permanent court headed by a praetor, who observed provincial governors and dealt with, theoretically …   Wikipedia

  • 123 BC — NOTOC EventsBy placeRome* Gaius Gracchus elected Roman tribune for the first time. He waited until after his re election the following year before pushing forward the various civil and agrarian reforms that his brother championed in 133 BC. * Aix …   Wikipedia

  • Praetor — was a title granted by the government of Ancient Rome to men acting in one of two official capacities: the commander of an army, either before it was mustered or more typically in the field, or an elected magistrate assigned duties that varied… …   Wikipedia


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