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The seat of a judge; the place where he administers
justice; but by this term is more usually understood the whole body of judges
who compose... more
remedies. The name of an action, instituted for the
recovery of damages, for a wrong committed against the plaintiff, with
immediate force; as an assault and... more
TRESPASS DE BONIS ASPORTATIS
practice. The action brought by
the owner of goods for unlawfully taking and carrying them away, is so called.
This action will lie for taking away another~s... more
TRESPASS ON THE CASE
practice. The technical name of an action,
instituted for the recovery of damages caused by an injury unaccompanied with
force, or where the damages sustained are only... more
TRESPASS QUARE CLAUSUM FREGIT
practice. This is the name of a
remedy which lies to recover damages when the defendant has unlawfully and
wrongfully trespassed upon the real estate of the... more
TRESPASS VI ET ARMIS,
practice. This is the remedy brought by
the plaintiff for an immediate injury committed with force. It is distinguished
from an action of trespass on the case,... more
One who couimits a trespass.
2. A man is a trespasser by his own direct actohen he acts without any
excuse; or he may... more
weights and measures. An allowance made for the water or
TRIAL, practice., The examination before a competent tribunal,
according to the laws,... more
torts. An unlawful act committed with violence, ti et
armis, to the person, property or relative rights of another. Every felony
includes a tres-pass, in common... more
TRESAILE or TRESAYLE,
domestic relations. The grandfather~s
grandfather. 1 Bl. Com. 186.
The name of an engine of punishment, said to be
synonymous with tumbrel. (q. v.)
A woody plant, which in respect of thickness and height
grows greater than any other plant.
2. Trees are part of the real... more
remedies. By treble costs, in the English law, is
understood, 1st. The usual taxed costs. 2d. Half thereof. 3d. Half the latter;
so that in effect... more
remedies. In actions arising ex contractu some
statutes give treble damages; and these statutes have been liberally construed
to mean actually treble damages; for example, if... more
TREATY OF PEACE.
A treaty of peace is an agreement or contract
made by belligerent powers, in which they agree to lay down their arms, and by
which they... more
The place where treasure is kept the office of a
treasurer. The term is more usually applied to the public than to a private
treasury. Vide... more
international law. A treaty is a compact made between
two or more independent nations with a view to the public welfare treaties are
for a perpetuity, or... more
An officer entrusted with the treasures or money
either of a private individual, a corporation, a company, or a state.
2. It is... more
TREASURER. OF THE MINT.
An officer created by the act of January
18, 1837, whose duties are prescribed as follows: The treasurer shall receive
and safely keep all moneys which... more
TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES
government. Before entering on
the duties of his office, the treasurer is required to give bond with
sufficient sureties, approved by the secretary of the treasury and... more
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