Judices pedaneos

JUDICES PEDANEOS. Among the Romans, the praetors, and other great magistrates, did not themselves decide the actions which arose between private individuals these were submitted to judges chosen by the parties, and these judges were called judices pedaneos. In choosing them, the plaintiff had the right to nominate, and the defendant to accept or reject those nominated. Heinnee. Antiq. lib. 4, tit. b, n. 40 7 Toull. n. 353.

judgment in rem
judgment lien
judgment of conviction
judgment of dismissal
Judgment of God
judgment on the merits
judgment on the pleadings
Judgment poll
Judgment seat
Judgment summons
-- Judices pedaneos --
Judici officium suum excedenti non paretur
Judici satis paena est quod deum habet ultorem
Judicia in deliberationibus crebro naturescunt
Judicia posteriora sunt in lege fortiora
Judicia sunt tanquam juris dicta
judicial activism
judicial admission
Judicial admissions
judicial branch
Judicial confessions
Judicial conventions
judicial decision
judicial doctrine
Judicial mortgage
judicial principle
Definitions Index: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

About this site and copyright information - Online Dictionary Home - Privacy Policy