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English practice. A writ issued out of the C. P.
commending the sheriff to compel the appearance of a jury in the cause
between the parties. It... more
remedies A writ of habeas corpus is an order in writing,
signed by the judge who grants the same, and sealed with the seal of the
conveyancing. This is a Latin word, which signifies to have.
2. In conveyancing, it is that part of a deed which... more
A dealer in miscellaneous goods and merchandise.
To have. This word is used in composition.
HABERE FACIAS POSSESSIONEM
HABERE FACIAS SEISINAM
practice, remedies. The name of a writ of
execution, used in most real actions, by which the sheriff is directed that
he cause the demandant to have... more
HABERE FACIAS VISUM
practice. The name of a writ which lies when
is to be taken of lands and tenements., F. N. B. Index, verbo View.
A disposition or condition of the body or mind acquired by
or a frequent repetition of the same act. See 2 Mart. Lo. Rep. N.... more
civil law. It was the right of a person to live in the
of another without prejudice to the property.
2. It... more
estates. A dwelling-house, a home-stall. 2 Bl. Com. 4;
Com. 220. Vide House.
A person given to ebriety or the excessive use of
intoxicating drink, who has lost the power or the will, by frequent
indulgence, to control his... more
Customarily, by habit. or frequent use or practice, or so
frequently, as to show a design of repeating the same act. 2 N. S. 622:... more
Engl. law. A recompense or amends made for violence
a person in holy olders.
The children or descendants of the deceased. Dalr.
Feud. Pr. 110; Spellm. Remains.
The kinsmen other than children or descendants;
Dalr. Feud. Pr. 110; Spellm. Remains.
An inheritance, or an estate which descends to one by
succession. At common law an inheritance never ascends, haereditas nunquam
ascendit. But in many of the... more
This is said of an inheritance which is not taken by
the heirs, but remains in abeyance.
civil law. An heir, one who succeeds to the whole inheritance.
2. These are of various kinds. 1. Haeres natus,... more
One equal part of a thing divided into two parts, either in
in contemplation. A moiety. This word is used in composition; as, half
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