absque impetitione vasti


absque impetitione vasti
/aebskwiy impatishiyowniy veystay/
Without impeachment of waste; without accountability for waste; without liability to suit for waste. A clause anciently often inserted in leases (as the equivalent English phrase sometimes is) signifying that the tenant or lessee shall not be liable to suit (impetitio) or challenged, or called to account, for committing waste.
See waste

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • absque impetitione vasti — Without impeachment of waste, a clause in a deed or lease signifying that the grantee or lessee shall not be liable for waste. See 2 Bl Comm 283 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • absque impetitione vasti — ˈabzkwēˌimpəˌtishēˈōnēˈvaˌstī Etymology: New Latin law : without impeachment of waste …   Useful english dictionary

  • sans impeachment de wast — /saenz ampiychmant da weyst/ L. Fr. Without impeachment of waste. See absque impetitione vasti …   Black's law dictionary


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