Habendum


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Ha`ben´dum

    (hå`bĕn´dŭm)
n.1.(Law) That part of a deed which follows the part called the premises, and determines the extent of the interest or estate granted; - so called because it begins with the word Habendum.
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Precisamente, la primera de ellas corresponde al concepto de derecho subjetivo, entendido como qualitas maralis personae competens ad aliquid juste habendum vel agendum (una cualidad moral de la persona en virtud de la cual puede hacer o tener algo licitamente).
Inter praecipua munera missioni Ecclesiae concredita ad matrimonium et familiam quod attinet, habendum sane est officium omnibus consilium Dei de matrimonio ac familia declarandi, cuius plenum vigorem et promotionem humanam et christianam in tuto collocet>>.
7 idem tertium genus hominum eunuchos esse dicebat nec videndum nec in usu habendum a viris sed vix a feminibus nobilibus.
Pro certo habendum est non omnia possibilia ad existentiam pervenire .
Ad habendum noticiam artis musice (= Berkeley Compendium, Book I); treatise on consonances and dissonances; Circha contrapunctum (similar to a treatment by Carmelite John Hothby); De ratione contrapuncti (a compendium of nine treatises on counterpoint and rhythmic notation organized into three chapters; the first is the Ars contrapuncti secundum Johannem de Muris); De coniunctione moteti (texts on counterpoint and rhythmic notation); Johannes de Muris, Ars practica mensurabilis cantus (a later hand has indicated, incorrectly, that Johannes was a member of the Carmelite order); treatise on ratios; treatise on rhythmic notation ascribed to Magister Ricardus ordinis Carmelitarum; Cartula de cantu plano ascribed to Stefanus de Laudosio (= Lodi).
Putes vero inuitatem te ad Corytianas coenas, in quibus discumbent tecum Bembus, Sadoletus, Sanazarius, & plerique alij, quos a te summo opere diligi, & a quibus te plurimi fieri non ignoro: ubi tamen id tantum honoris extra ordinem tibi habendum sit, ut eius animalis, quod tibi apponi iusseris, ferculum accipias.