sponsio
index guarantee, recognizance

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • Sponsio —    • Sponsĭo,          торжественное обещание, получившее название от обычных при этом вопроса и ответа (см. Sponsalia, Брачный договор).        1. По отношению к государственному праву sponsio называется государственный договор, заключенный не… …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • Sponsĭo — (lat.), 1) feierliches Angelobniß, Versprechen einer Leistung als Form eines altrömischen Verbalcontractes mit der Formel Spondesne?; 2) ein Friede, welcher von den Feldherrn ohne Wissen u. Willen des Volkes u. Senats geschlossen[585] war daher… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Sponsĭo — (lat., »Gelöbnis, Bürgschaft, Wette«), eine bei den Römern ursprünglich nur römischen Bürgern zugängliche Vertragsform in Gestalt einer Wette …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Sponsio — Sponsio, lat., feierliches Angelöbniß, alte Bürgschaftsform, Wette …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Sponsio — Una sponsio, en Derecho romano, se definía originalmente como votos o promesas a la divinidad y como esponsales o promesa de futuro matrimonio. Más tarde se sostiene la tesis de que la sponsio había sido un procedimiento de caución, es decir, una …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sponsio — Løfte …   Danske encyklopædi

  • sponsio — /sponsh(iy)ow/ In the civil law, an engagement or undertaking; particularly such as was made in the form of an answer to a formal interrogatory by the other party. An engagement to pay a certain sum of money to the successful party in a cause …   Black's law dictionary

  • sponsio — (Latin.) A solemn promise. An engagement …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Sponsio Academica — The Sponsio Academica is the oath taken by all students matriculating into the four ancient Scottish universities. Traditionally the oath in Latin was given orally but it is now appended to the matriculation form signed by each student. Each… …   Wikipedia

  • sponsio judicialis — /sponsh(iy)ow juwdishiyeybs/ In Roman law, a judicial wager corresponding in some respects to the feigned issue of modern practice …   Black's law dictionary

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