laches

  • 1 Laches — Lachès Dialogues de Platon Second Alcibiade Hippias mineur Premier Alcibiade …

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  • 2 laches — la·ches / la chəz, lā , shəz/ n pl laches [Anglo French lachesce laschesce negligence, from Old French lasche lax, ultimately from Latin laxare to loosen, from laxus slack] 1: undue delay in asserting a right or privilege compare statute of… …

    Law dictionary

  • 3 Laches — can refer to:* Laches (equity): an equitable principle in Anglo American law * Laches (person): an Athenian aristocrat (c. 475 418 B.C.E.) * Laches (dialogue): a Socratic dialogue of Plato * Laches (people): an indigeous people of Colombia *… …

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  • 4 Laches — (* um 460 v. Chr.; † 418 v. Chr.) war athenischer Feldherr im Peloponnesischen Krieg. Laches, der Sohn des Melanopos, wurde 427 v. Chr. nebst Charöades mit einer Flotte nach Sizilien gesandt, um Leontinoi und die mit ihm verbündeten übrigen… …

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  • 5 Laches — puede estar haciendo referencia a: Laches, tribu indígena que habita en Colombia. Los Laches, barrio de Bogotá capital de Colombia. Esta página de desambiguación cataloga artículos relacionados con el mismo título. Si llegaste aquí a través de …

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  • 6 Laches — Lach es (l[a^]sh [e^]z), Lache Lache (l[a^]sh), n. [OF. lachesse, fr. lache lax, indolent, F. l[^a]che, ultimately fr. L. laxus loose, lax. See {Lax}.] (Law) Neglect; negligence; remissness; neglect to do a thing at the proper time; especially, a …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 laches — negligence in performance of legal dute, 1570s, earlier simply slackness, negligence, want of zeal, late 14c., from Anglo Fr. laches, O.Fr. lachesse, from O.Fr. lasche (Mod.Fr. láche), verbal adj. from lascher, from V.L. *lascare, classical… …

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  • 8 Laches — Laches, Athener, Sohn des Melanopos, commandirte mit Charöades die 427 v. Chr. den Leontinern in Sicilien zu Hülfe geschickte Flotte; 425 von Kleon zurückgerufen, wurde er des Unterschleifs angeklagt u. abgesetzt; nach Kleons Tode erhielt er… …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 9 Laches — Laches, Sohn des Melanopos, athen. Feldherr, wurde 427 v. Chr. nebst Charöades mit einer Flotte nach Sizilien gesandt, um Leontinoi und die mit ihm verbündeten übrigen chalkidisch ionischen Staaten gegen Syrakus zu unterstützen. Als Charöades 426 …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 10 laches — [lach′iz] n. [ME lachesse < OFr laschesse < lasche, lax, negligent < VL * lascus, metathetic for L laxus, LAX] Law failure to do the required thing at the proper time (e.g., inexcusable delay in enforcing a claim) …

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  • 11 Lachès — Le Lachès (ou Sur le courage) est un dialogue de Platon. Il appartient à la série dite des « Premiers Dialogues », composés à l’époque où l’auteur était encore jeune. Le dialogue, dont l’authenticité ne fait aucun doute, est censé se… …

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  • 12 laches — /Isechaz/leychaz/laeshaz/ Doctrine of laches, is based upon maxim that equity aids the vigilant and not those who slumber on their rights. It is defined as neglect to assert a right or claim which, taken together with lapse of time and other… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 13 laches — /Isechaz/leychaz/laeshaz/ Doctrine of laches, is based upon maxim that equity aids the vigilant and not those who slumber on their rights. It is defined as neglect to assert a right or claim which, taken together with lapse of time and other… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 14 LACHES — I. LACHES Atheniensium Dux, a civibus suis missus, ad impediendos Thebanorum conatus. Diod. Sic. l. 15. II. LACHES cum navibus missus Dux. ab Atheniensibus, ut Leontinis, quos Siculi opprimebant, auxilium serret. Fuit vero hic Laches fil.… …

    Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 15 laches — /lach iz/, n. (used with a sing. v.) Law. failure to do something at the proper time, esp. such delay as will bar a party from bringing a legal proceeding. [1325 75; ME lachesse < AF, var. of MF laschesse, deriv. of OF lasche slack ( < Gmc); see… …

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  • 16 laches — noun (plural laches) Etymology: Middle English lachesse, from Anglo French laschesce, from lasche lax, ultimately from Latin laxare to loosen more at lease Date: 14th century negligence in the observance of duty or opportunity; specifically undue …

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  • 17 laches — n. Law delay in performing a legal duty, asserting a right, claiming a privilege, etc. Etymology: ME f. AF laches(se), OF laschesse f. lasche ult. f. L laxus loose …

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  • 18 laches — noun /lætʃəz/ a) Legal doctrine that a person who waits too long to bring a claim alleging a wrong shall not be permitted to seek an equitable remedy because the delay prejudiced the moving party. Sleeping on ones rights. b) plural of|lach …

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  • 19 laches — n. (Law) failure to act within the time allowed; legal principle by which one loses the right to compensation if one does not act within the time allowed …

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  • 20 laches — [ latʃɪz, leɪ ] noun Law unreasonable delay in asserting a claim, which may result in its dismissal. Origin ME (in the sense negligence ): from OFr. laschesse, from lasche lax , based on L. laxus …

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