de cautione admittenda

de cautione admittenda
/diy koshiyowniy aedmatenda/
Writ to take caution or security. A writ which anciently lay against a bishop who held an excommunicated person in prison for his contempt, notwithstanding he had offered sufficient security (idoneam cautionem) to obey the commands of the church; commanding him to take such security and release the prisoner

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • cautione admittenda — See de cautione admittenda …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • cautione admittenda — /koshiyowniy sdmatenda/ In English ecclesiastical law, a writ that lies against a bishop who holds an excommunicated person in prison for contempt, notwithstanding he offers sufficient caution or security to obey the orders and commandment of the …   Black's law dictionary

  • cautione admittenda — /koshiyowniy sdmatenda/ In English ecclesiastical law, a writ that lies against a bishop who holds an excommunicated person in prison for contempt, notwithstanding he offers sufficient caution or security to obey the orders and commandment of the …   Black's law dictionary

  • de cautione admittenda — /diy koshiyowniy aedmatenda/ Writ to take caution or security. A writ which anciently lay against a bishop who held an excommunicated person in prison for his contempt, notwithstanding he had offered sufficient security (idoneam cautionem) to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • de cautione admittenda — For admitting caution,–an old English writ to compel a bishop to admit an ecclesiastical prisoner to bail or caution …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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