DE BONIS TESTATORIS
DE BONIS TESTATORIS, or INTESTATI. Of the goods of the testator, or intestate. A term applied to a juilginent iiimnling execution against the property of I testator or intestate, as disfiiiguished from the individual property of his executor or iirlnilnlstrntor 2 Archh. Fr. K. B. 148. 149.
DE BONIS TESTATORIS AC SI. (Lat. Frnrii the goods of the tcstntor, if lie ILIZ8 mu, and, if not. frmii those of the executnv.) A judgment rendered where an executor rukeiv pleads any matter as a release, or. _i:eiiu-ally, lu any case where he is to he l‘i'l:'il_L'eI‘1 in case i1is testator's estate is in- iiulhcient. 1 Williams‘ saund. 33Gb; Bac. Alir. “Executor," B, 3; 2 Archh. Fr. K. B. 143.
DE BOND ET MALO. “For good and ill.‘ The Latin form of the law French phrase "be him at iie mat." In ancient miuinal pleading, this was the expression with vshich the prisoner put hhnselt upon a jury, indicating his uhsointe suiimission to their vcrdict.
This “as also the name at the special writ of jail delivery formerly in use in England, which issued for each piirticulnr prisoner, of course. it was superseded by the general commission of jail delivery.
DE BOND GESTU. for good ahearance.
For good behavior :
DE GET]-SRO. Henceforth.
DE CALCETO REPARANDO. Writ tur repairing a causeway. An old writ hy which the sheriff was commanded to distraln the iuhahimnts of a place to repair and niiilntain a causeway, etc. Reg. Orig. 154.
DE CAPITALIBUS DOMINIS FEODI. Of tiir chief lords of the tee.
DE CAPITE MINUTIS. Of those who hue lost their status, or civil condition. lie; 4, 5. The name of a title in the Pan- ili-rrs See Cnerus Daiimmrio.
DE CAJRTIS REDDENDIS. (For restor-
lr‘L' (‘i|ill'i‘9l‘S.) A wilt to secure the delivery or .-ham. s or deeds: a writ of detinue. Eu Orig. 1591).
DE CvA'l‘.AIiLIB REDDENDIS. (For re- atnrliiz ch-ittels.) A writ to secure the return syocificzilly of chattels detained from the uvnici Cnweil.
DE CAUTION]-1 AD1V.LI'l'.l‘I-JNDA. Writ in lake motion or security. A writ which imury lnv iigninst a hishop who held an rzmumunicated person in prison for his !'x|]i€il.i]'lt, notwithstanding he had offered IlI€l‘i(’llt security (ldmicmii caulioncm) to nhey the commands of the church; com-
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iuanding him to take such security and re- leaso the prisoner. Reg. Orig. 66; Fitzh. l\‘at. Drcv. 03, C.
DE CERTIPICANDO. A Writ requiring a thing to be certllied A kind of certinrarl. Iieg. Orig. 17-1. 15?.
DE CERTIORANDO. A writ for certit_vin::. A writ directed to the shcrifl'. re qnirlng him to certiiy to It paitlcuiar fact. lteg. Orig. 24.
DE CHAMPERTIA. Writ of chnmperty. A writ directed to the justices of the bench. commanding the enforcement of the statute of C1l.t1II1pC1‘iD7‘8. Reg. Orig. 183: Fitzh. Nat. Brev. 172.
DE CHAR ET DE SANK. Li. Fr. Of flesh ind hlood. Ajrizire 1-coho! dc char et de .5-an].-.. Words used in claiming a person to he a villein. in the time of Edward [I Y. B. P. 1 Edw. II. p. 4.
DE CI-IIMINO. A writ for the enforcement of a right of way. Reg, Orig. 155.
DE CIBAIEIIS UTENDIS. Of Victuais to be used. The title of :1 suinptunry siiitute F passed 10 Edw. ill. St. 3. to restrain the expense of entertainments. Barring. Ob. St. 240.
DE CLAMEA ADMITTENDA IN G ITINERE PER ATTORNATUM. See CIAlil'E.—§ AD)-IITTENDA, etc.
ms cmmo me. By dnyiigiit. lib. 2, c. 76. 5 8.
DE CLAUSO FRACTO. Of close bro- H
ken: of breach of close. See 0LAI1'8D‘K FREGIT.
DE CLEEICO ADMITTENDO. See Aomrraivno GLnnIeo. I
DE CLERICO CAPTO PER STATU- TUM MERCATORXUM DELIBERAN- DO. Writ for delivering a clerk arrested on a statute merchant. A writ for the dcli\-- J ery of a clerk out of prison, who had been taken and imprisoned upon the hrench of a statute merchant. Reg. Orig. 147D.
DE CLERICO CONVICTO DELIIB- ERANZDO. Sea CLERICO Convicro. etc. K
DE CLEEICO INPRA SACEOS OR- DINES CONSTITUTO NON ELIGEHDO IN OFFICIUM. See CLEIIICO Il\FlL\ SACROS, etc
DE CL]-SRO. Concerning the clergy. The L title of the statute 25 Edw. III. St. 3; containing a variety of provisions un the si1h— iect of presentations. iiiillctments of spiritunl persons, and the like. 2 Reeve, Eiig.