ex certa scientia

Of or from certain knowledge.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • certa scientia — See ex certa scientia …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • ex certa scientia — /eks sarta sayensh(iy)a/ Of certain or sure knowledge. These words were anciently used in patents, and imported full knowledge of the subject matter on the part of the king …   Black's law dictionary

  • omne sacramentum debet esse de certa scientia — /omniy saskramentam debat esiy diy sarta sayensh(iy)a/ Every oath ought to be of certain knowledge …   Black's law dictionary

  • De gratia speciali certa scientia et mero motu, talis clausula non valet in his in quibus praesumitur principem esse ignorantem — The clauses of special favor, of certain knowledge and of mere motion are worthless (in those royal grants) in respect to which the prince is presumed to be ignorant …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • ex speciali gratia, certa scientia, et mero motu regis — By special favor, certain knowledge, and mere motion of the king: a usual clause in a king s grant. See 2 Bl Comm 347 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Omne sacramentum debet esse de certa scientia — Every sworn statement ought to be of certain knowledge …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Corona de Aragón — ← …   Wikipedia Español

  • Motu proprĭo — (lat., d.i. auf eignen Antrieb), Formel in den päpstlichen Rescripten, die, mit dem Zusatze de certa scientia et de sedis apostolicae plenitudine verbunden, die übrigen Förmlichkeiten, die bei den andern Verordnungen, denen diese Formel nicht… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • The Roman Congregations —     The Roman Congregations     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Roman Congregations     Certain departments have been organized by the Holy See at various times to assist it in the transaction of those affairs which canonical discipline and the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • oath — n 1: a solemn attestation of the truth of one s words or the sincerity of one s intentions; specif: one accompanied by calling upon a deity as a witness 2: a promise (as to perform official duties faithfully) corroborated by an oath compare… …   Law dictionary

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