Commission, Curatio, Delegatio, Mandatum, Epistalma.
Commissions de la Cour, Mandata Curiae.
Une commission en forme, Authoritas mandati subsignata.
La commission de faire les enquestes des parties, Inquirendi prouincia.
Bailler commission de faire quelque chose, Mandare, Mandata dare, Attribuere negotium alteri.
Bailler quelque commission d'avantage, Mandata addere.
Nous ne luy avons point baillé commission de ce faire, A nobis id certe mandatum non habebat.
Il y a commission du Roy pour informer, Animaduersio eius rei, et quaestio mandato Regis constituta.
Faire ce que quelqu'un nous a baillé en commission, et a enchargé de faire, Mandatis alicuis satisfacere.
Commissions baillées aux conseilliers de la Cour pour faire enquestes, ou executer arrests, Prouinciae consiliaris attributae, aut ad inquirendum, aut res iudicatas exequendas et in re praesenti disceptandas.
Demander commission de la Cour, Authoritatem Curiae postulare.
Demander commission pour informer, ou faire enqueste, Inquirendae rei delatae veniam atque authoritatem postulare, Quaestionem postulare, inquirendique authoritatem, Prouinciam inquirendi sibi deposcere, vel rei quaerendae.
Decerner commission pour informer, Quaestionem decernere.
Commission decernée pour informer, Mandata inquirendi prouincia.
Despescher commission addressant à aucun pour cognoistre et decider d'aucune matiere, Dare iudicium.
Ils demandoient la teneur de la commission addressant ceux qui devoient cognoistre de la cause, Quaerebant quae in verba recuperatores daret.
Obtenir commission de la Cour Impetrare authoritatem a Curia.
Requerir que le magistrat decerne une commission pure et simple sans aucune restriction, Purum iudicium postulare.

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