in rem suam


in rem suam
In his own business; in his own affair.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • rem suam — See in rem suam …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • nemo cogitur rem suam vendere, etiam justo pretio — /niymow ko(w)jatar rem s(y)uwam vendariy, iysh(iy)am jastow presh(iy)ow/ No man is compelled to sell his own property, even for a just price …   Black's law dictionary

  • nemo debet rem suam sine facto aut defectu suo amittere — /niymow debat rem s(y)uwam sayniy faektow 6t dafekt(y)uw amitariy/ No man ought to lose his property without his own act or default …   Black's law dictionary

  • nihil tarn conveniens est naturali aequitati quam voluntatem domini rem suam in alium transferre ratam habere — /nay(h)al tarn kanviyn(i)yanz est naetyureylay ekwateytay kwaem volanteytam domanay rem s(y)uwam in eyl(i)yam traensfariy reytam habiriy/ Nothing is so consonant to natural equity as to regard the intention of the owner in transferring his own… …   Black's law dictionary

  • procurator in rem suam — /prokyareytar in rem s(y)uwam/ Proctor (attorney) in his own affair, or with reference to his own property. This term is used in Scotch law to denote that a person is acting under a procuration (power of attorney) with reference to a thing which… …   Black's law dictionary

  • actor in rem suam — One who acts for himself, not through another …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Nemo cogitur rem suam vendere, etiam justo pretio — No one is compelled to sell his property, even at a fair price …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Nemo debet rem suam sine facto aut defectu suo amittere — No one ought to lose his property without any fault of his own …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Legis actio sacramento in rem — Der Eigentumsprozess im älteren römischen Recht, die legis actio sacramento in rem, ist ein Prätendentenstreit. Kläger und Beklagter behaupten mittels Rede und Gegenrede ein Mein sein , meum esse an der Sache. Beide setzen für ihre jeweilige… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • faire — Faire, act. acut. Vient de l infinitif Latin Facere, ostant la lettre c. Facere, agere. L Italien syncope, et dit Fare. Faire de l argent à son creancier, Pecunias conquirere ad nomen eradendum ex tabulis creditoris. Faire argent, Conficere… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse


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