ademptio


ademptio

ademptio, ōnis, f. (adimo), das Wegnehmen, die Entziehung, civitatis, Cic.: provinciae, Abnahme, Tac.: hereditatis, ICt. : legati (Ggstz. datio legati), ICt.: Plur., ademptiones bonorum, Einziehungen, Tac.


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  • Ademtion — Adem|ti|on, die; , en [lat. ademptio] (veraltet): Wegnahme, Entziehung …   Universal-Lexikon

  • ademption — (a dan psion) s. f. Terme de jurisprudence. Révocation d un legs, d une donation. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Ademptio, de ad, à, et emere, prendre …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré


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