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Privies

PRIVIES. Persons who are partakers, or have an interest in any action or thing, or any relation to another. Wood, Inst. b. 2, c. 3, p. 255; 2 Tho. Co. Lit. 506 Co. Lit. 271, a.
     2. There aye several kinds of privies, namely, privies in blood, as the heir is to the ancestor; privies in representation, as is the executor or administrator to the deceased privies in estate, as the relation between the donor and donee, lessor and lessee; privies in respect to contracts; and privies on account of estate and contract together. Tho. Co. Lit. 506; Prest. Con v. 327 to 345. Privies have also been divided into privies in fact, and privies in law. 8 Co. 42 b. Vide Vin. Ab. Privily; 5 Coin. Dig. 347; Ham. on Part. 131; Woodf. Land. & Ten. 279, 1 Dane's Ab. c. 1, art. 6.

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Privately
privately held corporation
Privateness
privates
Privation
privatise
Privative
Privatively
Privativeness
privatize
Privatorum conventio juri publico non derogat
Privatum incommodum publico bono peusatur
Privement enceinte
Privet
privet andromeda
privet hedge
-- Privies --
Privilege
privilege against self incrimination
privilege of the floor
Privileged
Privileged communication
Privileged communications
Privileged debts
privileged instruction
Privileged witnesses
Privilegium clericale
Privilegium est beneficium personale et extinguitur cum persona
Privilegium est quasi privata lex
Privily
Privine
Privity
Privity of contract
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