inquirendo

inquirendo

(ˌɪnkwɪˈrɛndəʊ)
n, pl -dos
1. (Law) an authority granted to someone to conduct an investigation, esp one for the benefit of the British monarch
2. (Law) an investigation

inquirendo

, percontation - An inquirendo or percontation is an investigation or inquiry.
See also related terms for inquiry.
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In 1836, a Commission de lunatic inquirendo had declared the-then landlord, Revd Maurice Mahon (1772-1845), 2nd Baron Hartland, a lunatic, and vested his estate in the Court of Chancery, to be followed by a nine-year lawsuit between potential heirs to settle who should inherit the estate.
Ex parte autem memorativae, non solum habet memoriam, sicut cetera animalia, in subita recordatione praeteritorum; sed etiam reminiscentiam, quasi syllogistice inquirendo praeteritorum memoriam, secundum individuales intentiones [.
People who possessed property were not subject to the usual certification process but a commission de lunatico inquirendo.
Richard has arranged an Order and Medical Certificates for Alfred's committal and, once he voluntarily steps into the asylum, he can no longer claim a commission de lunatico inquirendo.
His father's chicanery relegates Alfred to the asylum without appeal to a commission de lunatico inquirendo.
In this way, Weldon appropriated the privilege of a commission de lunatico inquirendo retroactively.
The legislation also made it possible for married women to request commissions de lunatico inquirendo to assess their sanity.
Matters become more sinister the next morning when Michael attends a meeting with a company called Inquirendo, who offer to back Stephen's research as long as he endorses their new super-database, that will essentially give the powers-that-be complete control over checking potential terror suspects.
sunt una essentia, una natura, unus Deus sub tali conditione, quod quaelibet dignitas habeat suum proprium actum, ita, quod in actu cujuslibet dignitatis sint omnes actus aliarum dignitatum, ut nulla obstante differentia omnes dignitates possint esse una essentia, una natura: unde, inquirendo hanc conditionem, potest haberi cognitio, quomodo de necessitate conveniat, in Deo esse pluralitatem suppositorum; et haec regula per hanc artem millo modo deficit, ut in multis locis illam significavimus, isto modo: videlicet, quod bonitati conveniat bonificare, quod bonificare per magnam extensivam et infinitam magnitudinem, et per magnitudinem bonitatis, et per magnitudinem aeternitatis, potestatis etc.