fidei-commissarius

Same as fide commissary.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • fidei-commissarius — /faydiyay komaseriyas/ In the civil law, this term corresponds nearly to our cestui que trust. It designates a person who has the real or beneficial interest in an estate or fund, the title or administration of which is temporarily confided to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • praetor fidei-commissarius — /priytar faydiyay komaseriyas/ In the civil law, a special praetor created to pronounce judgment in cases of trusts or fidei commissa …   Black's law dictionary

  • praetor fidei commissarius — (Civil law.) A praetor who was specially appointed to decide cases which involved trusts …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • fideicommissary — /fuy dee uy kom i ser ee/, n., pl. fideicommissaries, adj. Civil Law. n. 1. the recipient of a fideicommissum. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or resembling a fideicommissum. [1875 80; < LL fidei commissarius, equiv. to fidei commiss(um) a… …   Universalium

  • fideicommissary — I. |fīdēˌīˈkäməˌserē, dēˌīkəˈmisərē noun ( es) Etymology: Late Latin fideicommissarius, from fideicommissum + Latin arius ary (n. suffix) : a person who is the beneficiary under civil law of a fideicommissum and who is nearly equivalent to a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • fide-commissary — /faydiy komasehriy/ A term derived from the Latin fidei commissarius, and occasionally used by writers on equity jurisprudence as a substitute for the law French term cestui que trust, as being more elegant and euphonious. See Brown v. Brown, 83… …   Black's law dictionary

  • haeres fidaciarius — (Roman law.) A fiduciary heir, a fiduciarius or trustee who was made haeres by will for the benefit of the fidei commissarius. Mackeldey s Roman Law § 783 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Inquisition — • By this term is usually meant a special ecclesiastical institutional for combating or suppressing heresy Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Inquisition     Inquisition      …   Catholic encyclopedia

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