nil debet


nil debet
лат.
"нет долга" (возражение ответчика по иску)

Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

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  • nil debet — /nil debat/ He owes nothing. The form of the general issue in all actions of debt on simple contract …   Black's law dictionary

  • nil debet — /nil debat/ He owes nothing. The form of the general issue in all actions of debt on simple contract …   Black's law dictionary

  • Nil debet — He owes nothing. A plea of the general issue which may be asserted by the defendant in an action of debt on a simple contract, and in all other actions of debt which are not founded on a specialty or conclusive record. 41 Am J1st Pl § 141 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • et sic — /et sik/ And so. In the Latin forms of pleading these were the introductory words of a special conclusion to a plea in bar, the object being to render it positive and not argumentative; as et sic nil debet …   Black's law dictionary

  • indebitatus — /indebateytas/ Indebted. @ nunquam indebitatus never indebted. The title of the plea substituted in England for nil debet @ indebitatus assumpsit …   Black's law dictionary

  • mispleading — Pleading incorrectly, or omitting anything in pleading which is essential to the support or defense of an action, is so called; as in the case of a plaintiff not merely stating his title in a defective manner, but setting forth a title which is… …   Black's law dictionary

  • et sic — /et sik/ And so. In the Latin forms of pleading these were the introductory words of a special conclusion to a plea in bar, the object being to render it positive and not argumentative; as et sic nil debet …   Black's law dictionary

  • indebitatus — /indebateytas/ Indebted. @ nunquam indebitatus never indebted. The title of the plea substituted in England for nil debet @ indebitatus assumpsit …   Black's law dictionary

  • mispleading — Pleading incorrectly, or omitting anything in pleading which is essential to the support or defense of an action, is so called; as in the case of a plaintiff not merely stating his title in a defective manner, but setting forth a title which is… …   Black's law dictionary

  • rien luy doit — In old pleading, owes him nothing. The plea of nil debet …   Black's law dictionary

  • Geben — 1. Als ich hatte was zu geben, wollten alle bei mir leben; nun mein Beutel worden leer, lässt sich keiner sehen mehr. 2. Bai giät, bat e hiät1, ies wärth, dat e leäwet. (Arnsberg.) – Firmenich, I, 353, 25; ostfriesisch bei Eichwald, 607. 1) Wer… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon