amittere


amittere
1) терять;

amissio, потеря а) личного права, amit. libertatem, ciuitatem, familiam, amissio libertatis, civitatis (1. 2 pr. 5. pr. 1. 11. D. 4, 5. 1. 2 pr. D. 48, 19);

amitt. imperium (1. 20 D. 1, 18), dignitatem (1. 7 § 2. D. 1, 9), testam. factionem (1. 8. § 4. D. 28, 1);

b) вещного, имущественного права (1. 14. § 1. D. 50, 16. 1. 83. D. 50, 17. 1. 41. D. 1, 3);

amit. bona (1. 7 § 3. D. 4, 5), hereditatem repudiatione (1. 13 pr. 1. 17. D 29, 2), bon. possessionem (1. 3 § 6. D. 37, 4), proprietatem (l. 7. § 12. D. 41, 1), usumfr. v. usum (tit. D. 7, 4), servitutem viae (1. 18 D. 8, 3);

per constitutum ad amissionem tempus uti aqua (1. 10 § 1. D. 8, 6);

amitt. pignus (1. 52 pr. D. 46, 1), jus crediti (1. 12. § 2. D. 4, 2), actionem (1. 1. § 7. D. 4, 3. 1. 8. D. 9, 4);

periculum amissionis in se suscipere (1. 1. C. 4, 23);

c) терять владение вещью, которая по закону принадлежит нам (1. 44 D. 41, 1);

jus amissae rei recipiendae (1. 19 pr. D. 49, 15);

furto am. (§ 2 J. 2, 8);

d) понести, претерпеть имущественный ущерб, убыток вследствие повреждения вещей (1. 33 pr D. 9, 2. 1. 4 § 9. 10 D. 47, 8); е) терять, лишаться кого-нибудь по случаю смерти (1. 36 pr. D. 5, 1. 1. 18 D. 27, 1. 1. 132 pr. D. 50, 16).

2) лишать кого, уничтожать, прекращать, сар. minutio jura privata, tutelas amittit (1. 6. 7. pr. D. 4, 5).

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

Смотреть что такое "amittere" в других словарях:

  • amittere — index lose (be deprived of) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • amittere — /amitariy/ Lat. In the civil and old English law, to lose. Hence the old Scotch amitt …   Black's law dictionary

  • amittere — /amitariy/ Lat. In the civil and old English law, to lose. Hence the old Scotch amitt …   Black's law dictionary

  • amittere — To lose …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • amittere liberam legem — /amitsriy libsram liyjsm/ In old English law, to lose one s frank law. A term having the same meaning as amittere legem terrae, (q.v.). He who lost his law lost the protection extended by the law to a free man, and became subject to the same law… …   Black's law dictionary

  • amittere liberam legem — /amitsriy libsram liyjsm/ In old English law, to lose one s frank law. A term having the same meaning as amittere legem terrae, (q.v.). He who lost his law lost the protection extended by the law to a free man, and became subject to the same law… …   Black's law dictionary

  • amittere curiam — /smitariy kyuriyam/ To lose the court; to be deprived of the privilege of attending the court …   Black's law dictionary

  • amittere legem terrae — /amitariy liyjsm teriy/ To lose the protection afforded by the law of the land …   Black's law dictionary

  • amittere curiam — /smitariy kyuriyam/ To lose the court; to be deprived of the privilege of attending the court …   Black's law dictionary

  • amittere legem terrae — /amitariy liyjsm teriy/ To lose the protection afforded by the law of the land …   Black's law dictionary

  • amittere curiam — To be deprived of the right of coming into court …   Ballentine's law dictionary


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