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Naked. Figuratively, this word is applied to various subjects. 2. A nude contract, nudum pactum, q. v.) is one without a consideration; nu de... more
A bare allegation unsupported by evidence.
ation,; it is called a nude or naked contract, because it is not clothed with the consideration required by law, in order to give an... more
crim. law, torts. This word means literally annoyance; in law, it signifies, according to Blackstone, " anything that worketh hurt, inconvenience, or damage." 3 Comm.... more
law French. A barbarous word
which means to convey a negative; as, Nul
tiel record, Nul tiel award.
No award. A plea to an
action on an arbitration bond, when the
defendant avers that there was no legal
award made. 3 Burr. 1730;... more
pleading. No disseisin.
A plea in a real action, by which the de-
fendant denies that there was any disseisin
it is a species... more
NUL TIEL RECORD,
pleading. No such
2. When a party claims to recover on
the evidence of a record, as in an action on
pleading No wrong.
2. This is a plea to a real action, by
which the defendant denies that he com-
mitted any wrong. It... more
pleading. This is the gene-
ral issue in an action of waste. Co. Entr.
700 a, 708 a. The plea of, nul waste ad-
Properly, that which does not
.exist; that which is not in the nature of
things. In a figurative sense it signifies
that which has no... more
The retum made to a
writ of fieri facias, by the sheriff, when he
has not found any goods of the defendant
on which he... more
That which is absolutely void.
2. It is a yule of law that what is abso-
lutely null produces no effects whatever;
The son of no one;
2. A bastard is considered nullius filius
as far as regards his right inherit. But
name of a plea to an action on an arbitra-
tion bond for not fulfilling the award, by
which the defendant asserts... more
NULLUM FECERUNT ARBITRIUM.
The name of a plea to an action of debt
upon an obligation for the performance of
an award, by which the defendant denies
A collection of units.
2. In pleading, numbers must be stated truly, when alleged in the recital of a record, written instrument, or... more
NUNC PRO TUNC,
phrase, which signifies now for then, is used
to express that a thing is done at one time
which ought to have been... more
The name given to the Pope s
ambassador. Nuncios are ordinary or ex-
traordinary; the former are sent upon usual
missionas, the latter upon special... more
international law, A messenger, a minister; the pope s legate, commonly called a nuncio. It is used to express that a will or testament. has... more