Periculum


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Pe`ric´u`lum


n.1.(Rom. & O.Eng. Law) Danger; risk.
2.In a narrower, judicial sense: Accident or casus, as distinguished from dolus and culpa, and hence relieving one from the duty of performing an obligation.
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Prohibitum est etiam in canonibus quod nulla mulier, neque monialis neque alia, ministret sacerdoti in altari, neque contingat pallas altaris, neque sacra vasa, propter periculum ministrorum et propter periculum sacerdotum qui possent moverIVisa muliere.
These two terms share an etymological root: "they are the flora of experiri, to try, and related to periculum, which includes both the idea of attempt and peril" (Lauterbach 2000: 187).
Memorati [ig]itur curiosi et stationarii vel quicumque funguntur (h) oc munere crimina iudicibus nuntianda meminerint et sibi necessitatem probationis incumbere, non citra periculum sui, si insontibus eos calumnias nexuisse constiterit.
La primera cosa que salta a la vista cuando se estudia la equidad canonica es que desde los origenes la equidad canonica ha tenido una preferencia natural para preservar los intereses espirituales y procurar sortear el periculum animae, sobre todo el pecado y lo que favorece el pecado ".
Scholars have highlighted that the prerequisites for the periculum have not been clearly defined, giving the judge excessive discretion.
Adhuc distinguendum est, quia vel pretendit actus et signa deuotionis tunc potest ei ministrari, si vero nullum actum aut signum deuotionis pretendit, recurredum est ad tempus precedens passionem quia si tunc petierit et deuotionem pretenderit et obstet aliquid aliud periculum, licite potest sibi dari.
Our statement of efficiency losses takes as given the type of risk preferences each individual employs, and uses that as the basis for evaluating welfare effects of insurance decisions: periculum habitus non est disputandum.
Adiciendum est ad predicta, quod in tempore necessitatis, scilicet cum inminet periculum fidei, potest et debet quilibet predicare, sine exceptione et conditionis et etatis et sexus.
922-23: 'Ex cordis nempe affectu, non belli eventu, pensatur vel periculum, vel victoria christiani.
While most of the significations are a terse one or two words, such as honorem or periculum, a few end in significat or significant, the latter practice being standard within the Somniale tradition.
I 242 non sine causa Antenoris posuit exemplum, cum multi evaserint Troianorum periculum.
Adicionalmente, su lectura exegetica permite no encausarlo unicamente ni bajo la problematica del periculum emptoris en la compraventa (87), ni tampoco bajo la hipotesis de considerar la muerte del esclavo como ejecucion de la prestacion por el vendedor (88).