actiones nominatae


actiones nominatae
/aekshiyowniyz nomaneytiy/ (Lat. named actions).
In the English chancery, writs for which there were precedents. The statute of Westminster, 2, c. 24, gave chancery authority to form new writs in consimili casu; hence the action on the case

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • SALTATIO — quanti fuerit a Veterib. aestimata, argumento multa sunt: id vero inprimis, quod ceremoniae nullae aut spectacula antiquiora fuêre, quibus Saltatio non adhiberetur. Est autem haec facultas quaedam, motibus ac gestibus corporis, certô artificiô,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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