In Roman law. Obligations contracted by literw (i. c.. Uteris ohligationes) were so called because they arose from a peculiar transfer (transcriptio) from the creditor’s day-book (adversaria) into his ledger, (codex.)
What is NOMINA TRANSCRIPTITIA?
- NOMINA VIEEARUM
- DE NOMINE PROPRIO NON EST CURANDUM CUM IN SUBSTANTIA NON ERRCTUR; QUIA NOMINA MUTABILIA SUNT, RES AUTCM IMMOBILE
- AD RECTE DOCENDUM OPORTET, PRIMUM IN- QUIRERE NOMINA, QUIA RERUM COGNITIO A NOMINIBUS RERUM DEPENDET
- LITERIS OBLIGATIO
- NOMINATE CONTRACTS
- JUS CIVILE
- BILL PAYABLE
- GREGORIAN CODE
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