incident


incident
Incident, ou Incidens, Liticula subnata, Disceptatiuncula, Praescriptiuncula, Appendices, et Appendiculae, Soboles matricis controuersiae, Liticulae obiter enatae, Quaestiones emergentes, Lites summum causae praecurrentes, et summae liti praeuertendae, Liticulae e re summa natae. B.
Proces ou incident sur l'interinement des lettres Royaux, Lis diplomatica. Bud.
Incidens appoinctez en droict à escrire et produire sur fins de non proceder, ou de non recevoir, et autres prealables, Prolusiones scriptae, quasi ferentariae velitesque concertatiunculae. B.
Incidens avant contestation en cause, Lites prolusoriae, Liticulae velitares, Velitatiunculae forenses. Bud.
Se desvoyer du principal, et cercher à faire des incidens, De curriculo causae summae digredi, Consectari diuerticula deuia. B.
S'estudier à faire des incidens en un proces, pour le faire plus longuement durer, Curriculi causae diuerticula consectari, et per auia longius expatiari. B.
Faire plusieurs incidens les uns sur les autres, sans vouloir entrer au fond de la matiere, In disceptatiunculas alias aliasque rei controuersae summam carpere, nec in vniuersae rei certamen pedem velle conferre. Bud.
Multiplications d'incidens, Causificationes. Bud.
Perdre un incident, Appendice litis cadere. B.
Petis incidens ou proces communs et de legiere consequence, Digressiunculae a summa quaestione, Causae iudicij translatitij. B.
S'orgueillir d'avoir gaigné quelque incident preparatif, Praeiudicio liticulae exordialis animo erigi. B.
Mieux vaut perdre un incident, que mettre le principal en danger, Haec plaga potius accipienda, quam tota causa prodenda, Praestat liticulae iacturam facere, quam vniuersa controuersia periclitari, Paruo dispendio redimenda causae iactura, Causa summa in gradum reponenda. B.
Le cours du proces principal est arresté par les incidens, Aqua principis controuersiae haesit obiter in obicibus. B.
Le principal qui ja estoit assez avancé, est accroché par les incidens, Controuersia inchoata, ac iam aliquantum formulari curriculo prouecta, repente de spatio deflexit in aliud aliudque diuerticulum liticularum e re summa natarum. B.
L'incident de recreance, Lis vindiciarum. B.
Un incident de recusation, Iudicium reiectaneum. B.
Incident sur une fin de non recevoir, Controuersia exceptionis et praescriptionis. B.
Incident sur une fin de non proceder, ou sur une fin declinatoire et de renvoy, Constitutio causae translatiua, Iudicij translatio. B.
Un incident de subrogation, Lis transcriptoria, Controuersia de iuris aut litis transcriptione. B.
Proces criminels incidens en causes civiles, Parerga causarum aut litium. Bud.
Incidens survenans, Casus.

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  • incident — in·ci·dent 1 / in sə dənt, ˌdənt/ n 1: a distinct occurrence or event an incident of sexual harassment 2: a subordinate, dependent, or consequential element the search was a legitimate incident to the arrest child support and other incident s of… …   Law dictionary

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  • Incident — In ci*dent, a. [L. incidens, entis, p. pr. & of incidere to fall into or upon; pref. in in, on + cadere to fall: cf. F. incident. See {Cadence}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Falling or striking upon, as a ray of light upon a reflecting surface. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • incident — [in′sə dənt] adj. [OFr < ML < prp. of L incidere, to fall upon < in , on + cadere, to fall: see CASE1] 1. likely to happen as a result or concomitant; incidental (to) [the cares incident to parenthood] 2. falling upon, striking, or… …   English World dictionary

  • Incident — In ci*dent, n. [Cf. F. incident.] 1. That which falls out or takes place; an event; casualty; occurrence. [1913 Webster] 2. That which happens aside from the main design; an accidental or subordinate action or event. [1913 Webster] No person, no… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • incident — ► NOUN 1) an event or occurrence. 2) a violent event, such as an attack. 3) the occurrence of dangerous or exciting events: the plane landed without incident. ► ADJECTIVE 1) (incident to) resulting from. 2) (of light or other radiation) falling …   English terms dictionary

  • incident — incìdent m <G mn nātā> DEFINICIJA nepredviđen događaj, nemio slučaj [izazvati incident; došlo je do incidenta]; izgred ETIMOLOGIJA srlat. incidens ← lat. incidere: upasti, dogoditi se …   Hrvatski jezični portal