traditio


traditio
/tradish(iy)ow/ In the civil law, delivery; transfer of possession; a derivative mode of acquiring, by which the owner of a corporeal thing, having the right and the will of aliening it, transfers it for a lawful consideration to the receiver.
@ quasi traditio
A supposed or implied delivery of property from one to another. Thus, if the purchaser of an article was already in possession of it before the sale, his continuing in possession is considered as equivalent to a fresh delivery of it, delivery being one of the necessary elements of a sale; in other words, a quasi traditio is predicated
@ traditio brevi manu
A species of constructive or implied delivery. When he who already holds possession of a thing in another's name agrees with that other that thenceforth he shall possess it in his own name, in this case a delivery and redelivery are not necessary
@ traditio clavium
Delivery of keys; a symbolical kind of delivery, by which the ownership of merchandise in a warehouse might be transferred to a buyer
@ traditio longa manu
A species of delivery which takes place where the transferor places the article in the hands of the transferee, or, on his order, delivers it at his house.
@ traditio rei
Delivery of the thing
@ traditio loqui facit chartam
/tradish(iyk>w lowkway feysat kartam/ Delivery makes a deed speak. Delivery gives effect to the words of a deed
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Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • traditio — in Roman law (and in such areas of Scots law as are not affected by the Sale of Goods Act), the conveyance of moveable property by handing it over. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 …   Law dictionary

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  • traditio clavium — (Civil law.) The delivery of the keys, that is a symbolic delivery of a thing by a tradition of the key to its enclosure. See Mackeldey s Roman Law § 284. Traditio loqui facit chartam.. Delivery gives voice to a deed …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • traditio nihil amplius transferre debet vel potest, ad eum qui accipit, quam est apud eum qui tradit — /tradish(iy)ow nay(h)al aempliyas traensfariy debat vel powtast, id iyam kway aeksapat, kwsm est ?pad iyam kway treydat/ Delivery ought to, and can, transfer nothing more to him who receives than is with him who delivers …   Black's law dictionary