index servitude, subjection, thrall

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • Servĭtus — (lat.), 1) Sklaverei, Sklavenstand. Es gab eine S. justa, welche entweder Jure civili od. Jure gentium entstanden war, u. S. poenae, zur Strafe, s.u. Sklaverei; 2) s. Servitut …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • servitus — ser·vi·tus …   English syllables

  • servitus — /sarvatas/ In the civil law, slavery; bondage; the state of service. An institution of the conventional law of nations, by which one person is subjected to the dominion of another, contrary to natural right. Also a service or servitude; an… …   Black's law dictionary

  • servitus — (Civil law.) The condition of a slave; slavery; servitude; an easement; a servitude …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • servitus — …   Useful english dictionary

  • servitus actus — Same as servitus itineris …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • servitus actus — /sarvatas aektas/ The servitude or right of walking, riding, or driving over another s ground. A species of right of way …   Black's law dictionary

  • servitus altius non tollendi — /sarvatas aelsh(iy)as non tolenday/ The servitude of not building higher. A right attached to a house, by which its proprietor can prevent his neighbor from building his own house higher …   Black's law dictionary

  • servitus aquae ducendae — /sarvatas aekwiy d(y)uwsendiy/ The servitude of leading water; the right of leading water to one s own premises through another s land …   Black's law dictionary

  • servitus aquae educendae — /sarvatas sekwiy iyd(y)uwsendiy/ The servitude of leading off water; the right of leading off the water from one s own onto another s ground …   Black's law dictionary

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