debita laicorum

debita laicorum
\\|debəd.əˌlāəˈkōrəm\ noun plural
Etymology: Medieval Latin
: debts of the laity

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  • debita laicorum — /debata leyakoram/ L. Lat. In old English law, debts of the laity, or of lay persons. Debts recoverable in the civil courts …   Black's law dictionary

  • debita laicorum — /debata leyakoram/ L. Lat. In old English law, debts of the laity, or of lay persons. Debts recoverable in the civil courts …   Black's law dictionary

  • debita laicorum — Debts of the laity, as distinguished from debts of the clergy which were not recoverable in the civil courts …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • CORBAE — et Herenachi antique in Hibernica Ecclesia Ministrorum genera: quorum Illi, nempe herenachi, terris, quas Termonlandes incolae vocant, ad Ecclesiam pertmentes, atque ipsis colonis, ab Episcopo erant praepositi, qui et Archidiaconatus munus ac… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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