Dies juridici
Dies juridicus Di"es ju*rid"i*cus; pl. {Dies juridici}. [L.] (Law) A court day. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • dies juridici — Plural of dies juridicus …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Dies juridicus — Di es ju*rid i*cus; pl. {Dies juridici}. [L.] (Law) A court day. [1913 Webster] || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dies fasti — /dayiyz feestay/ In Roman law, days on which the courts were open, and justice could be legally administered; days on which it was lawful for the praetor to pronounce (fari) the three words do , dico , addico . Hence called triverbial days,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • dies fasti — /dayiyz feestay/ In Roman law, days on which the courts were open, and justice could be legally administered; days on which it was lawful for the praetor to pronounce (fari) the three words do , dico , addico . Hence called triverbial days,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Diës — (lat.), der Tag, in der Rechtssprache der Zeitpunkt, Termin, Tagfahrt (s. am Schluß dieses Artikels). D. absolutionis, der Gründonnerstag (s.d.), weil an ihm die Lossprechung von Kirchenstrafen stattfand; D. adoratus, Karfreitag (s.d.), von der… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • dies nefasti — /dayiyz niyfaestay/ In Roman law, days on which the courts were closed, and it was unlawful to administer justice; answering to the dies non juridici of the English law …   Black's law dictionary

  • dies nefasti — /dayiyz niyfaestay/ In Roman law, days on which the courts were closed, and it was unlawful to administer justice; answering to the dies non juridici of the English law …   Black's law dictionary

  • juridical days — noun plural Etymology: translation of Latin dies juridici : days on which courts are open * * * days in court on which law is administered; days on which the court can lawfully sit. * * * juridical days plural noun Days on which law courts are in …   Useful english dictionary

  • Spanien [3] — Spanien (Gesch.). I. Vorgeschichtliche Zeit. Die Pyrenäische Halbinsel war den Griechen lange unbekannt; als man Kunde von dem Lande erhalten hatte, hieß der östliche Theil Iberia, der südöstliche od. südwestliche Theil jenseit der Säulen… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • grand days — In English practice, certain days in the terms, which are solemnly kept in the inns of court and chancery, viz., Candlemas day in Hilary term, Ascension day in Easter, St. John the Baptist day in Trinity, and All Saints in Michaelmas; which are… …   Black's law dictionary

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