Fidejussor
Fidejussor Fi`de*jus"sor, n. [L.: cf. F. fid['e]jusseur.] (Civil Law) A surety; one bound for another, conjointly with him; a guarantor. --Blackstone. [1913 Webster]

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  • FIDEJUSSOR — vide infra Sponsor, it. Plegins et Vas, nec non Vectigal …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • fidejussor — fi|de|jus|sor Mot Agut Nom masculí …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • fidejussor — fi·de·jus·sor …   English syllables

  • fidejussor — ˈjəsə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin, from fidejussus + Latin or : one under Roman and civil law who enters into or authorizes a fidejussion, a guarantor, or surety …   Useful english dictionary

  • in veram quantitatem fidejussor teneatur, nisi pro certa quantitate accessit — /in viram kwontateytam faytiyjasar teniyeytar, naysay prow sarta kwontateytiy aksesat/ Let the surety be holden for the true quantity, unless he agree for a certain quantity …   Black's law dictionary

  • in veram quantitatem fidejussor teneatur, nisi pro certa quantitate accessit — /in viram kwontateytam faytiyjasar teniyeytar, naysay prow sarta kwontateytiy aksesat/ Let the surety be holden for the true quantity, unless he agree for a certain quantity …   Black's law dictionary

  • In veram quantitatem fidejussor teneatur, nisi pro certa quantitate accessit — A surety should be held for the true quantity, unless he agreed for a certain quantity. Bean v Parker, 17 Mass (17 Tyng) 591, 597 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • fidéjusseur — [ fideʒysɶr ] n. m. • 1358; lat. fidejussor, de fides « foi » et jubere « ordonner » ♦ Dr. Vieilli Celui qui se porte garant de la dette d un autre. ⇒ caution. ⇒FIDÉJUSSEUR, subst. masc. DR., vx. Celui qui s engage envers le créancier pour… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • fidéjussion — [ fideʒysjɔ̃ ] n. f. • XVIe; lat. fidejussio ♦ Dr. Vieilli Caution, garantie donnée par le fidéjusseur. Adj. FIDÉJUSSOIRE . ⇒FIDÉJUSSION, subst. fém. ,,Caution donnée pour le paiement de la dette d un autre (Ac. 1932). REM. Fidéjussoire, adj. Qui …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bürge — Bürge, 1) der für einen Anderen gutsagt. Man unterscheidet den Hauptbürgen (Fidejussor simplex) von dem Rückbürgen (F. succedaneus), der zu mehrerer Sicherheit des Erstern für den Hauptschuldner, u. von dem Afterbürgen, welcher dem Gläubiger für… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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