tacit

tacit
/taesat/ Existing, inferred, or understood without being openly expressed or stated; implied by silence or silent acquiescence, as a tacit agreement or a tacit understanding. State v. Chadwick, 150 Or. 645, 47 P.2d 232, 234.
Done or made in silence, implied or indicated, but not actually expressed. Manifested by the refraining from contradiction or objection; inferred from the situation and circumstances, in the absence of express matter
@ tacit acceptance
In the civil law, a tacit acceptance of an inheritance takes place when some act is done by the heir which necessarily supposes his intention to accept and which he would have no right to do but in his capacity as heir. Civ.Code La. art. 988
@ tacit admissions
An acknowledgment or concession of a fact inferred from either silence or from the substance of what one has said
@ tacit dedication
Of property for public use is dedication arising from silence or inactivity, without express contract or agreement. Goree v. Midstates Oil Corporation, 205 La. 988, 18 So.2d 591, 596
@ tacit hypothecation
In the civil law, a species of lien or mortgage which is created by operation of law without any express agreement of the parties. In admiralty law, this term is sometimes applied to a maritime lien, which is not, strictly speaking, an hypothecation in the Roman sense of the term, though it resembles it
@ tacit law
A law which derives its authority from the common consent of the people without any legislative enactment
@ tacit mortgage
In the law of Louisiana, the law alone in certain cases gives to the creditor a mortgage on the property of his debtor, without it being requisite that the parties should stipulate it. This is called "legal mortgage." It is called also "tacit mortgage," because it is established by the law without the aid of any agreement
@ tacit relocation
A doctrine borrowed from the Roman law. It is a presumed renovation of the contract from the period at which the former expired, and is held to arise from implied consent of parties, in consequence of their not having signified their intention that agreement should terminate at the period stipulated. Though the original contract may have been for a longer period than one year, the renewed agreement can never be for more than one year, because verbal contract of location can extend longer. Srygley v. City of Nashville, 175 Tenn. 417, 135 S.W.2d 451
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  • tacit — tac·it / ta sət/ adj 1: implied (as by an act or by silence) rather than express a tacit admission 2 in the civil law of Louisiana: arising by operation of law a tacit mortgage tac·it·ly adv Merriam Web …   Law dictionary

  • tacit — TACÍT, Ă, taciţi, te, adj. (Despre un acord, o convenţie, o înţelegere etc.) Care nu este exprimat formal, dar care este subînţeles şi admis ca atare. – Din fr. tacite, lat. tacitus. Trimis de ana zecheru, 04.12.2002. Sursa: DEX 98  tacít adj. m …   Dicționar Român

  • Tacit — Tac it, a. [L. tacitus, p. p. of tacere to be silent, to pass over in silence; akin to Goth. [thorn]ahan to be silent, Icel. [thorn]egja, OHG. dag[=e]n: cf. F. tacite. Cf. {Reticent}.] Done or made in silence; implied, but not expressed; silent;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tacit — [tas′it] adj. [< Fr or L: Fr tacite < L tacitus, pp. of tacere, to be silent < IE base * takē , to be silent > Goth thahan, ON thegja] 1. Now Rare saying nothing; still 2. unspoken; silent 3. not expressed or declared openly, but… …   English World dictionary

  • tacit — (n.) c.1600, from Fr. tacite, from L. tacitus that is passed over in silence, done without words, assumed, silent, prop. pp. of tacere to be silent, from PIE root *tak to be silent (Cf. Goth. þahan, O.N. þegja to be silent, O.N. þagna to grow… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Tacit — Tàcit, Publije Kornelije (o.55 o.120) DEFINICIJA rimski povjesničar; u glavnim, vrlo obimnim ali nepotpuno sačuvanim djelima Anali (povijest Rimskog Carstva 14 68) i Historije (razdoblje 69 96) na rijetko uspješan način prožimaju se akribija… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • tacit — [adj] taken for granted; not said aloud alluded to, allusive, assumed, hinted at, implicit, implied, inarticulate, indirect, inferred, intimated, silent, suggested, undeclared, understood, unexpressed, unsaid, unspoken, unstated, unvoiced,… …   New thesaurus

  • tacit — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ understood or implied without being stated. DERIVATIVES tacitly adverb. ORIGIN Latin tacitus silent , from tacere be silent …   English terms dictionary

  • tacit — adjective Etymology: Middle French or Latin; Middle French tacite, from Latin tacitus silent, from past participle of tacēre to be silent; akin to Old High German dagēn to be silent Date: 1576 1. expressed or carried on without words or speech …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tacit — tacitly, adv. tacitness, n. /tas it/, adj. 1. understood without being openly expressed; implied: tacit approval. 2. silent; saying nothing: a tacit partner. 3. unvoiced or unspoken: a tacit prayer. [1595 1605; < L tacitus silent, ptp. of tacere… …   Universalium

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