non legitimus


non legitimus
index felonious, illegitimate (illegal), unlawful

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • excommunicate interdicitur omnis actus legitimus, ita quod agere non potest, nee aliquem convenire, licet ipse ab aliis possit conveniri — /ekskamyuwnakeytow intardisatar omnas sektas lajitamas, ayta kwod aejariy non powtast, nek zelakwem konvanayriy, lisat ipsiy abb eyliyas posat konvanayray/ Every legal act is forbidden an excommunicated person, so that he cannot act, nor sue any… …   Black's law dictionary

  • excommunicate interdicitur omnis actus legitimus, ita quod agere non potest, nee aliquem convenire, licet ipse ab aliis possit conveniri — /ekskamyuwnakeytow intardisatar omnas sektas lajitamas, ayta kwod aejariy non powtast, nek zelakwem konvanayriy, lisat ipsiy abb eyliyas posat konvanayray/ Every legal act is forbidden an excommunicated person, so that he cannot act, nor sue any… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Excommunicato interdicitur omnis actus legitimus, its quod agere non potest, nec aliquem convenire, licet ipse ab aliis possit conveniri — Every legal act is forbidden a person who has been excommunicated, so that he cannot act, nor can he sue anyone, but he himself can be sued by others …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • illegitimate — il·le·git·i·mate /ˌi li ji tə mət/ adj 1: not recognized by the law as offspring; specif: born out of marriage ◇ An illegitimate child is usu. legitimated by his or her parents later marriage. Illegitimate children generally have the same… …   Law dictionary

  • unlawful — un·law·ful adj 1: not lawful: not authorized or justified by law 2: acting contrary to or in defiance of the law an unlawful possessor un·law·ful·ly adv un·law·ful·ness n Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law …   Law dictionary

  • felonious — fe·lo·ni·ous /fə lō nē əs/ adj: of, relating to, or constituting a felony felonious sale of cocaine fe·lo·ni·ous·ly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • LADISLAUS II — I. LADISLAUS II. fil. Emerici, regnavit mens. 6. A. C. 1207. Successit ei Andreas II. Quidam ante hunc Ladislaum II. alium memorant, fil. Belae II. qui nepoti Stephano regnum debitum occupavit mens. 6. Sed hic usurpator erat non legitimus Rex. II …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • LEVANA — Dea, quae pueris praeerat de terra levandis, S. Augustinus. Nati enim infantes humi abiciebantur, Plin. praef. ad l. 7. Suet. Aug. c. 5. etc. Erat autem hoc munus obstetricum, nudos in terra pueros locare: quos dein patres humo levabant. Imo non… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • illegitime — Illegitime, Non legitimus …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • incompetent — Juge incompetent, Non legitimus iudex …   Thresor de la langue françoyse


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