amittere

amittere
index lose (be deprived of)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • 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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