licere


licere
1) позволено, можно a) no договору, напр. stipulatio;

habere licere (s. possidere mihi lic.) spondes? (1. 38 pr. § 7 D. 45, 1. cf. habere s. 1); (§ 12 eod. 1. 4 § 1 eod. 1. 8 pr. D. 8, 1);

b) по закону, напр. quod per leges, plebiscita, SCta etc. licebit (1. 1 § 1. 1. 28 § 2 D. 4, 6. cf. 1. 38 D. 40, 4. 1. 32 § 1 D. 41, 3. 1. 88 § 2 D. 35, 2. 1. 1 pr. § 8. 1. 5 D. 35, 3. 1. 27 § 16 D. 36, 1. 1. 1 § 16 D. 43, 12. 1. 42 pr. D. 23, 2. cf. 1. 144 D. 50, 17. 1. 21 eod. 1. 41 pr. eod.);

licitus, дозволенный законом, honestae et licitae rei societas (1. 57 D. 17, 2);

lic. contractus (1. 3 D. 50, 14);

lic. usurae (1. 53 pr. D. 2, 14. 1. 44 D. 22, 1. 1. 8. 19. 25 C. 4, 32);

lic. guantitatem legare (1. 27 D. 22, 3);

licito iure facere (1. 48 D. 39, 2);

dare (1. 20 § 1 B. 40, 12);

petere (1. 1 D. 50, 14);

vim inferre (1. 3 § 1 D. 4, 2);

uxorem ducere (1. 23 § 1 C. 9, 9);

lic. matrimonium (1. 28 § 3 D. 28, 2. 1. 20 C. 4, 35);

licite (adv.) дозволенным образом, lic. quid relictum alicui (1. 144 § 5 D. 30).

2) можно, facile intelligere licet (1. 1 § 4 D. 1, 4).

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

Смотреть что такое "licere" в других словарях:

  • licere — lì·ce·re v.intr. LE impers., essere lecito, permesso: né più si brama, né bramar più lice (Petrarca) {{line}} {{/line}} VARIANTI: lecere. DATA: av. 1294. ETIMO: dal lat. licēre. NOTA GRAMMATICALE: forme attestate: 3Є pers. sing. dell ind. pres.,… …   Dizionario italiano

  • licere — {{hw}}{{licere}}{{/hw}}o licere v. intr.  ( oggi difett. usato solo nella terza pers. sing. del pres. indic. lice , nelle terze pers. sing. e pl. dell imperf. indic. liceva , licevano , nelle terze pers. sing. e pl. dell imperf. condiz. licesse  …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • licere — lice/re o li/cere v. intr. (poet.) essere permesso, essere concesso CONTR. essere proibito, essere vietato …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • licere — /bsiriy/ To be lawful; to be allowed or permitted by law …   Black's law dictionary

  • licere — /bsiriy/ To be lawful; to be allowed or permitted by law …   Black's law dictionary

  • licere — To be allowed or permitted by law; to be lawful …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • licere, liceri — /bsiriy/bsiray/ In Roman law, to offer a price for a thing; to bid for it …   Black's law dictionary

  • licere, liceri — /bsiriy/bsiray/ In Roman law, to offer a price for a thing; to bid for it …   Black's law dictionary

  • cui licet quod majus, non debet quod minus est non licere — /kyiiway laysat kwod meyjas, non debat kwod maynas est non lasiriy/ He who is allowed to do the greater ought not to be prohibited from doing the less. He who has authority to do the more important act ought not to be debarred from doing what is… …   Black's law dictionary

  • habere licere — /habiriy bsiriy/ In Roman law, to allow [one] to have [possession]. This phrase denoted the duty of the seller of property to allow the purchaser to have the possession and enjoyment. For a breach of this duty, an actio ex empto might be… …   Black's law dictionary

  • non debet actori licere quod reo non permittitur — /non debat aektoray lasiriy kwod riyow non parmitatar/ A plaintiff ought not to be allowed what is not permitted to a defendant. A rule of the civil law …   Black's law dictionary


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