vadiare legem


vadiare legem
To wage law. See wager of law.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • legem vadiare — /liyjam vaediyeriy/ In old English law, to wage law; to offer or to give pledge to make defense, by oath, with compurgators …   Black's law dictionary

  • legem vadiare — /liyjam vaediyeriy/ In old English law, to wage law; to offer or to give pledge to make defense, by oath, with compurgators …   Black's law dictionary

  • legem vadiare — To wage law. See wager of law …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • lex — /leks/ In medieval jurisprudence, a body or collection of various laws peculiar to a given nation or people; not a code in the modern sense, but an aggregation or collection of laws not codified or systematized. Also, a similar collection of laws …   Black's law dictionary

  • lex — /leks/ In medieval jurisprudence, a body or collection of various laws peculiar to a given nation or people; not a code in the modern sense, but an aggregation or collection of laws not codified or systematized. Also, a similar collection of laws …   Black's law dictionary


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