adstipulator


adstipulator
/aedstipyaleytar/
In Roman law, an accessory party to a promise, who received the same promise as his principal did, and could equally receive and exact payment; or he only stipulated for a part of that for which the principal stipulated, and then his rights were coextensive with the amount of his own stipulation. One who supplied the place of a procurator at a time when the law refused to allow stipulations to be made by procuration

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • adstipulator — A co promisee having the same right as his associate to demand performance …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • Lex Aquilia — The lex Aquilia was a Roman law which provided compensation to the owners of property injured by someone s fault. Contents 1 The provisions of the Lex Aquilia 2 Extension of the Lex Aquilia to other cases 3 See also …   Wikipedia

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  • Adstipuliren — (v. lat.), beistimmen; daher Adstipulation, Beistimmung; Adstipulator, der mit einem Andern zugleich etwas stipulirt, s. u. Stipulation …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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