nihil habet


nihil habet
лат. "ничего не имеет" | не имеющий имущества, на которое может быть обращено взыскание

Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

Смотреть что такое "nihil habet" в других словарях:

  • nihil habet — /nay(h)al heybat/ He has nothing. The name of a return made by a sheriff to a scire facias or other writ which he has been unable to serve on the defendant …   Black's law dictionary

  • nihil habet — /nay(h)al heybat/ He has nothing. The name of a return made by a sheriff to a scire facias or other writ which he has been unable to serve on the defendant …   Black's law dictionary

  • nihil habet — A sheriff s return on a scire facias as to a defendant whom he failed to serve. Sullivan v Johns (Pa) 5 Whart 366, 369 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • nihil habet — ˈhāˌbet noun Etymology: Latin, he has nothing : a return by a sheriff or other officer made on a scire facias or other writ indicating that the defendant has no property within reach of the process, and the defendant has not been served …   Useful english dictionary

  • nihil habet forum ex scena — /nay(h)al heybat foram eks siyna/ The court has nothing to do with what is not before it …   Black's law dictionary

  • nihil habet forum ex scena — /nay(h)al heybat foram eks siyna/ The court has nothing to do with what is not before it …   Black's law dictionary

  • Nihil habet forum ex scena — The forum holds nothing beyond the stage, meaning that the court or tribunal has nothing to do with what is not before it …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • dower unde nihil habet — Same as de dote unde nihil habet …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • de dote unde nihil habet — /diy dowtiy andiy nayal heybat/ A writ of dower which lay for a widow where no part of her dower had been assigned to her. It is not much used; but a form closely resembling it was sometimes used in the United States …   Black's law dictionary

  • dote unde nihil habet — /dowtiy andiy nay(h)al heybat/ Dower from whence she has nothing. An English writ which lay for a widow to whom no dower had been assigned …   Black's law dictionary

  • dower unde nihil habet — /dawar andiy nay(h)al heybst/ A writ of right which lay for a widow to whom no dower had been assigned …   Black's law dictionary