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An entry on the record by which the plaintiff
declares that he remits the damages or a part of the damages which have been
awarded him... more
contracts. A person who makes a remittance to
REMITTITUR DAMNUM, or DAMNA
practice. The act of the plaintiff
upon the record, whereby he abates or remits the excess of damages found by the
jury beyond the sum laid... more
REMITTUR OF RECORD
After a record has been removed to the
supreme court, and a judgment has been rendered, it is to be remitted or sent
back to the... more
A petition to a court, or deliberative or
legislative body, in which those who have signed it request that something
which it is in contemplation to... more
At a distance; afar off, not immediate. A remote cause
is not in general sufficient to charge a man with the commission of a crime,
REMOVAL FROM OFFICE
The act of a competent officer or of the
legislature which deprives an officer of his office. It may be express, that
is, by a notification... more
practice. When a suit or cause is removed out of one
court into another, which is effected by writ of error, certiorari, and the
like. 11... more
Reward; recompense; salary. Dig. 17, 1, 7.
To yield; to return; to give again; it is the reverse of
A place appointed for meeting.
2. Among seamen it is usual when vessels sail under convoy, to have a
rend ezvous in case... more
A change of something old for for something new; as,
the renewal of a note; the renewal of a lease. See Novation, and 1 Bouv.... more
To give up a right; for example, an executor may
renounce the right of administering the estate of the testator; a widow the
right to administer... more
estates, contracts. A certain profit in money, provisions,
chattels, or labor, issuing out of lands and tenements in retribution for the
use. 2 Bl. Com. 41;... more
A roll of the rents due to a particular person or
public body. See Rental.
A roll or list of the rents of an estate containing the
description of the lands let, the names of the tenants, and other particulars
In the French funds this word is nearly synonymous with
our word annuity.
This is a technical phrase used in Louisiana. It
is a rent which issues out of land, and it is of its essence that it... more
French law. This term, which is used in
Louisiana, signifies an annuity for life. Civ. Code of Lo. art. 2764; Poth. Du
Contract de Constitution de... more
The act of giving up a right.
2. It is a rule of law that any one may renounce a right which... more
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