communia placita

communia placita
/kamyuwniya plsesata/
In old English law, common pleas or actions; those between one subject and another, as distinguished from pleas of the crown

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • communia placita — /kamyuwniya plsesata/ In old English law, common pleas or actions; those between one subject and another, as distinguished from pleas of the crown …   Black's law dictionary

  • communia placita non tenenda in scaccario — /kamyuwniya plzsata non tanenda in skakeriyow/ An ancient writ directed to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer, forbidding them to hold pleas between common persons (i.e., not debtors to the king, who alone originally sued and were sued… …   Black's law dictionary

  • communia placita non tenenda in scaccario — /kamyuwniya plzsata non tanenda in skakeriyow/ An ancient writ directed to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer, forbidding them to hold pleas between common persons (i.e., not debtors to the king, who alone originally sued and were sued… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Communia placita non sequantur curiam regis, sed teneantur in aliquo loco certo — The court of common pleas shall not follow the king s court, but shall be held in some fixed place. 3 Bl Comm 38 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • placita communia — /plaesata kamyuwn(i)ya/ Common pleas. All civil actions between subject and subject …   Black's law dictionary

  • placita communia — Common pleas; that is, pleas or suits including all civil actions between subject and subject. See 3 Bl Comm 40 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • JUSTITIARIUS Capitalis Angliae — magistratus slim amplissimus fuit, qui, in Regis palatio semper fere versatus, id officii in eo, quod olim Comites Palatii in Francia, obivit, ac proin maioris momenti negotia, et, quae inter Barones Regni controversae erant, lites, supremo… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Court of Common Pleas — In English law, one of the four superior courts at Westminster, which existed up to the passing of the judicature acts. It was also styled the Common Bench . It was one of the courts derived from the breaking up of the aula regis, and had… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Court of Common Pleas — In English law, one of the four superior courts at Westminster, which existed up to the passing of the judicature acts. It was also styled the Common Bench . It was one of the courts derived from the breaking up of the aula regis, and had… …   Black's law dictionary

  • common pleas — noun plural Etymology: Middle English common place, from Anglo French communs pletz, translation of Medieval Latin communia placita 1. a. in English law : those pleas or actions over which the crown did not claim exclusive jurisdiction b. : civil …   Useful english dictionary

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