In commendam
In commendam In com*men"dam [See {Commendam}.] (Law) See {Commendam}, and {Partnership in Commendam}, under {Partnership}. [1913 Webster]

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  • In commendam — In canon law, commendam (or in commendam) was a form of transferring an ecclesiastical benefice in trust to the custody of a patron. The phrase in commendam was originally applied to the provisional occupation of an ecclesiastical benefice, which …   Wikipedia

  • In Commendam — • A phrase used in canon law to designate a certain manner of collating an ecclesiastical benefice Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. In Commendam     In Commendam      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • in commendam — in com·men·dam /ˌin kə men dəm/ adj [New Latin, translation of French ( societé ) en commandité (company) in limited partnership] in the civil law of Louisiana: characterized by partnership liability that is limited to the amount of capital… …   Law dictionary

  • in commendam — see commendam 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • In commendam — Eine Kommende (Betonung auf der 2. Silbe; von lat.: commendare, „anvertrauen“, „empfehlen“) ist in seiner ursprünglichen Bedeutung ein Begriff aus dem Kirchenrecht, unter dem die Übertragung der Einkünfte eines Kirchen oder Klostervermögens auf… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • in commendam — /in kamendam/ In commendation; as a commended living. See commenda. A term applied in Louisiana to a limited partnership, answering to the French en commandite …   Black's law dictionary

  • in commendam — /in kamendam/ In commendation; as a commended living. See commenda. A term applied in Louisiana to a limited partnership, answering to the French en commandite …   Black's law dictionary

  • in commendam — In trust …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • In commendam — Lit. in trust . Latin phrase used when a *benefice was given to a layman temporarily until a permanent appointee could be found. [< Lat. commendo = to deposit, to entrust] …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • In commendam — A commendarn is the power of receiving and holding a benefice contrary to positive law by supreme authority, c.;. Papal provisions …   Medieval glossary

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