adjournatur


adjournatur
/aejarneytar/
L. Lat. It is adjourned.
A word with which the old reports very frequently concluded a case. A continuation of the same meeting, and at such adjourned meeting the governing body can do any act which might have been done if no adjournment had taken place, and limitations imposed on governing body as regards action at original meeting obtain at adjourned meeting. One ordered by board at regular meeting, and which is to convene after termination of such regular meeting and prior to next regular meeting. Byrd v. Byrd, 193 Miss. 249, 8 So.2d 510, 513

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • adjournatur — It is adjourned …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • et adjournatur — /et sedjarneytar/ And it is adjourned. A phrase used in the old reports, where the argument of a cause was adjourned to another day, or where a second argument was had …   Black's law dictionary

  • et adjournatur — And it is adjourned …   Ballentine's law dictionary


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