imperitia


imperitia
1) неопытность (1. 9 § 5 D. 19, 2. cf. 1. 13 § 5 eod. 1. 8 § 1. 1. 27 § 29D. 9, 2. 1. 6 § 7 D. 1, 18). 2) незнание, особ. права, а) со стороны судьи (1. 26 pr. D. 26, 2. 1. 14 § 4 D. 38, 2. 1. 23 D. 48, 19. 1. 1 pr. D. 49, 1);

b) других лиц = ignorantia iuris (pr. J. 2, 11. 1. 7 § 4. 1. 15 D. 2, 1. 1. 8 § 2 D. 2, 8 1. 32 pr. D. 3, 5. 1. 20 pr. D. 10, 2. 1. 9 § 5 D. 22, 6. 1. 2 § 1 D. 25, 4. 1. 40 D. 26, 7. 1. 3. § 22 D. 29, 5).


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

Смотреть что такое "imperitia" в других словарях:

  • imperitia — /imparish(iy)a/ Unskillfulness; want of skill …   Black's law dictionary

  • imperitia — /imparish(iy)a/ Unskillfulness; want of skill …   Black's law dictionary

  • imperitia — Unskillfulness; lack of skill …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • imperitia culpae adnumeratur — /imparish(iy)a kalpiy adn(y)uwmareytar/ Want of skill is reckoned as culpa; that is, as blamable conduct or neglect …   Black's law dictionary

  • imperitia est maxima mechanicorum poena — /imparish(iy)a est msksama makaenakoram piyna/ Unskillfulness is the greatest punishment of mechanics [that is, from its effect in making them liable to those by whom they are employed]. The word pcena in some translations is erroneously rendered …   Black's law dictionary

  • imperitia culpae adnumeratur — /imparish(iy)a kalpiy adn(y)uwmareytar/ Want of skill is reckoned as culpa; that is, as blamable conduct or neglect …   Black's law dictionary

  • imperitia est maxima mechanicorum poena — /imparish(iy)a est msksama makaenakoram piyna/ Unskillfulness is the greatest punishment of mechanics [that is, from its effect in making them liable to those by whom they are employed]. The word pcena in some translations is erroneously rendered …   Black's law dictionary

  • Imperitia culpae adnumeratur — Unskillfulness is rated as negligence …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Imperitia est maxima mechanicorum poena — Lack of skill is the greatest sin of mechanics …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • impéritie — [ ɛ̃perisi ] n. f. • XVe; lat. imperitia, de peritus « expérimenté » ♦ Littér. Manque d aptitude, d habileté, notamment dans l exercice de sa fonction. ⇒ ignorance, incapacité, incompétence. L impéritie d un médecin, d un ministre. ⊗ CONTR.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • impericia — (Del lat. imperitia.) ► sustantivo femenino Falta de pericia o habilidad para hacer una cosa: ■ la caracterización de personajes puede resultar afectada si el intérprete se deja llevar por la impericia. SINÓNIMO incompetencia ANTÓNIMO pericia * * …   Enciclopedia Universal


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