condictio

condictio
/kandi(k)sh(iy)ow/
In Roman law, a general term for actions of a personal nature, founded upon an obligation to give or do a certain and defined thing or service. It is distinguished from vindicatio rei, which is an action to vindicate one's right of property in a thing by regaining (or retaining) possession of it against the adverse claim of the other party

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Condictio — (lat.), römische Bezeichnung gewisser Klagerechte auf Vermögensleistungen, die von einer Form des altrömischen Prozesses herrührt, nach welcher der Prozeß mit der Aufforderung (condictio) des Klägers an den Beklagten zum Erscheinen vor dem judex… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Condictio — Condictĭo (lat.), eine Klage, welche auf Rückerstattung eines nicht gerechtfertigten Vermögensgewinns geht …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Condictio — Condictio, jede persönliche Klage; condiciren, gerichtlich klagen; verheißen …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Condictio —    • Condictio,        1. общий уговор (в силу его возникший процесс назывался actio stricti iuris), затем извещение и приглашение в суд;        2. всякая личная жалоба, получившая свое имя от древнего legis actio per condictionem (т. е.… …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • condictio — in Roman law, the action for debt – to have the defender make over something that belonged to the defender. It became a more general claim, many instances being enrichment actions. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 …   Law dictionary

  • Condictio — Die condictio ist eine Klage des Römischen Rechts. Das heutige Bereicherungsrecht geht auf die condictio des Römischen Privatrechts zurück. Allgemein bietet die condictio die Möglichkeit, eine zu Unrecht erlangte Bereicherung von dem Bereicherten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Condictio — In Roman Civil Law, a Condictio (plural condictiones) referred to an action or summons [1]; hence, compounds in legal Latin refer to various types of actions: condictio causa data causa non secuta condictio cautionis condictio certae pecuniae… …   Wikipedia

  • condictio causa data causa non secuta — in Roman law, the personal action for non materialisation of one side of a bilateral agreement. Originally its scope was narrower, applying to cases where one side of innominate real contract had been performed and the other person pulled out.… …   Law dictionary

  • condictio indebiti — in Roman law, a personal action to require a defender to make over a sum of money or a thing given to the defender in the belief that the pursuer was legally obliged to give it to the defender when legally the payment was not due. By analogy, a… …   Law dictionary

  • condictio sine causa — in Roman law, a personal action for the restitution of something, there, in fact or in law, having been no cause for the transfer in the first place. The action was known in Roman law, is known in South African and other civilian systems and… …   Law dictionary

  • Condictio ob rem — Die Condictio ob rem (unklassisch condictio causa data causa non secuta oder auch condictio ob causam datorum), eigentlich condictio ob rem dati re non secuta, ist der vielleicht seltenste Bereicherungsanspruch, den das deutsche BGB kennt. Sie… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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