civiliter


civiliter
(adv.) 1) = jure civili (см. civilis s. 2 и 3), прот. naturaliter или jure praetorio: civil. obligare (1. 1 § 1 D. 11, 6. 1. 1 pr. D. : 27, 4. 1. 14 D. 44, 7. 1. 8 § 4 D. 46, 4. 1. 12 D. 46, 6);

conveniri (l. 17 pr. D. 49, 17);

verborum obligatio aut naturaliter resolvilur aut civil. (1. 107 D. 46. 3);

civ. аcquirere (1. 53 D. 41, 1);

in potestate habere (1. 23 § 2 D. 41, 2);

possidere (1. 3 § 15. 1. 7 § 1 D. 10, 4. 1. и 24 D. 41, 2. 1. 1 § 9 D. 43, 16. 1. 38 § 7. 8 D. 45, 1);

civ. nupta (1. 28 § 3 D. 28, 2);

civ. turpe (1. 42 D. 50, 16); (1. 134 D. 50, 16).

2) по закону, судебным порядком: civ. exactionem fieri oportuit, прот. extra ordinem (1. 23 § 3 D. 4, 2);

civ. poscere (1. 7 C. 8, 16).

3) путем гражданского процесса прот. criminaliter: civ. agere, actionem, movere (1. 94 D. 47, 2. 1. 7 § 6. 1. 37 D. 47, 10), exercere (1. 28 § 12 D. 48, 19), experiri (1. 23 C. 9, 23), queri (1. 9 C. 9, 22), judicio consistere (l. 8 C. 2, 19), appeti (1. 2 C. 1, 29), requiri (l. 24 C. 9, 22), perurgeri (1. 1 C. 9, 31). 4) справедливым, снисходительным образом, напр. при осуществлении служебности (1. 9 D. 8, 1);

melius et cvilius faciet Praetor (1. 1 § 2 D. 25, 5).


Латинско-русский словарь к источникам римского права. Изд. 2-е, дополненное. - Варшава, Типография К. Ковалевского. . 1896.

Смотреть что такое "civiliter" в других словарях:

  • civiliter — ci|vi|li|ter [ts...] <lat. > bürgerlich …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • civiliter — ci·vi·li·ter …   English syllables

  • civiliter — /savilatar/ Civilly. In a person s civil character or position, or by civil (not criminal) process or procedure. This term is used in distinction or opposition to the word criminaliter, criminally, to distinguish civil actions from criminal… …   Black's law dictionary

  • civiliter — /savilatar/ Civilly. In a person s civil character or position, or by civil (not criminal) process or procedure. This term is used in distinction or opposition to the word criminaliter, criminally, to distinguish civil actions from criminal… …   Black's law dictionary

  • civiliter — Civilly, in a civil aspect …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Civilĭter mortuus — (lat.), bürgerlich todt, vgl. Bürgerlicher Tod …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Civiliter mortuus — Civiliter mortuus, bürgerlich todt …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • civiliter mortuus — /savilatar mortyuwas/ Civilly dead; dead in the view of the law. The condition of one who has lost his civil rights and capacities, and is considered civilly dead in law. See civil death …   Black's law dictionary

  • civiliter mortuus — /savilatar mortyuwas/ Civilly dead; dead in the view of the law. The condition of one who has lost his civil rights and capacities, and is considered civilly dead in law. See civil death …   Black's law dictionary

  • civiliter mortuus — Civilly dead. See civil death …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • civiliter mortuus — sə̇|vilətərˈmȯrchəwəs, kə̇|viləˌterˈmȯrd.əwəs adjective Etymology: New Latin : civilly dead …   Useful english dictionary


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