ad satisfaciendum


ad satisfaciendum
/aed saetasfeyshiyendam/ To satisfy. The emphatic words of the writ of capias ad satisfaciendum, which requires the sheriff to take the person of the defendant to satisfy the plaintiffs claim

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • capias ad satisfaciendum — capias ad sat·is·fac·ien·dum / ˌsa tis ˌfā shē en dəm, ˌsä tis ˌfä kē en du̇m/ n [Medieval Latin, you may seize (the person) to (make him/her) satisfy (the claim)]: a writ or process commanding an officer to place a person (as a debtor) under… …   Law dictionary

  • ad satisfaciendum — In dis charge or satisfaction. See capias ad faciendum; habeas corpus ad satisfaciendum …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • capias ad satisfaciendum — /keypiyas sed saetasfeyshiyendam/ A writ of execution (usually termed, for brevity, a ca. sa. ), which commands the sheriff to take the party named, and keep him safely, so that he may have his body before the court on a certain day, to satisfy… …   Black's law dictionary

  • habeas corpus ad satisfaciendum — /heybiyas korpas aed saedasfaes(h)iyendam/ In English practice, a writ which issues when a prisoner has had judgment against him in an action, and the plaintiff is desirous to bring him up to some superior court, to charge him with process of… …   Black's law dictionary

  • capias ad satisfaciendum — A writ for the arrest and imprisonment of a judgment debtor until the claim against him shall be satisfied or otherwise discharged according to law. 30 Am J2d Exec § 28 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • habeas corpus ad satisfaciendum — A writ of habeas corpus which issues where a prisoner has had judgment against him in an action, and the plaintiff is desirous of bringing him up to some superior court to charge him with process of execution. 25 Am J1st Hab C § 4. This writ is… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • testatum capias ad satisfaciendum — noun see testatum capias …   Useful english dictionary

  • Arrest [1] — Arrest (lat. Arrestum), der auf Befehl einer Behörde äußerlich beschränkte Zustand der natürlichen Freiheit einer Person od. des Sachenverkehrs; 1) in criminalrechtlicher Beziehung entweder Strafarrest (s. u. Strafe) od. Defentionsgefängniß… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Vincentius Lerin, S. (22) — 22S. Vincentius Lerin. Conf. (24. al. 26., 28. Mai, 18. Nov.) Der hl. Vincentius von Lerinum wird von Einigen als Bruder des hl. Bischofes Lupus von Troyes ausgegeben; hienach wäre er zu Toul im heutigen Lothringen geboren. Geschichtliche… …   Vollständiges Heiligen-Lexikon

  • BITUITUS — Arvernorum Rex, specie colloqui comiter hospitiô invitatus, a Cn. Domitio vinctus est, et Romam deportatus. Epitome vero Livii c. 61. rem aliter nartar: Bituitus (inquit) Allobrogum Rex, quum ingentem exercitum contraxisset hominum centum et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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