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Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • Conductĭo — (lat.), Miethung, Pachtung; daher Conductor, Miethsmann, u. Conductum, Miethswohnung, Pachtung, od. Mieths , Pachtcontract …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • conductio — /kand3ksh(iy)ow/ In the civil law, a hiring. Used generally in connection with the term locatio, a letting. Locatio et conductio (sometimes united as a compound word locatio conductio ), a letting and hiring …   Black's law dictionary

  • conductio — con·duc·tio …   English syllables

  • conductio — A hiring …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • conductio — …   Useful english dictionary

  • locatio conductio — in Roman law, the contract of hire. The language is still used in civilian jurisdictions. There were three main varieties: locatio rei, the hire of a thing ; locatio operarum, a worker for a wage; locatio operis faciendi, a contract for services… …   Law dictionary

  • locatio conductio — kənˈdu̇ktēˌō noun or locatio et conductio ˌetkən Etymology: Latin, letting (and) hiring Roman & civil law : a contract of letting and hiring …   Useful english dictionary

  • locatio et conductio — noun see locatio conductio …   Useful english dictionary

  • locatio-conductio — /Iowkeysh(iy)ow kand3ksh(iy)ow/ In the civil law a compound word used to denote the contract of bailment for hire, expressing the action of both parties, viz., a letting by the one and a hiring by the other …   Black's law dictionary

  • locatio conductio — (Civil law.) A bailment of goods for reward or hire …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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