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dedimus

(ˈdɛdɪməs)
n
a legal document or decree authorizing a person who is not a judge to act instead of a judge
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Mucium: uProut quidque contractum est, ita et solvi debet: ut, cum re contraxerimus, re solvi debet: veluti cum mutuum dedimus, ut retro pecuniae tantundem solvi debeat.
Nee certam sedem, nee propriam faciem, nee munus ullum peculiare tibi dedimus, o Adam, ut quam sedem, quam faciem, quae munera tute optaveris, ea, pro voto, pro tua sententia, habeas et possideas.
Dicit autem ipse Machometus in Alchorano in capitulo Elmeyde (Surat v): Limituimus uestigia hominum per Iesum filium Marie ueracissimum patenter et dedimus ei Euangelium in quo est directio et lux et ueritas manifesta>>, cfr.
section] 644 (1934), permitted depositions dedimus potestatem, which could be taken only upon a showing that it was (i) necessary to avoid the failure or delay of justice, (ii) the witness was beyond the reach of the court's process, (iii) the deposition could not be taken de bene esse, and (iv) the deposition was requested in good faith and not for discovery purposes.
697: "Mandamus fidelitati tue quatenus sine mora omnes domos nostras que sunt in justitiariatu tuo facias cum diligentia et celeritate debita preparari, faciensfieri in singuls apparatum de gallinis, anseribus et anatibus sicut per alias licteras nostras tibi dedimus in mandatis.
It could sit anywhere, even in the chancellor's private house; and causes could be tried out of court by commission of dedimus potestatem to country gentlemen[, and therefore] .
La carta del Papa Sixto III (432-440) a los obispos de Oriente proporciona un ejemplo, en latin y en griego, de una <<carta de entronizacion>>, por medio de la cual el Papa daba noticia a las Sedes mas importantes de su eleccion y consagracion: << Gratias habentes Dei nostri circa nos humanitati, quod eo tempore quo nos ad supremum sacerdotii apicem vocare dignatus est, concessit nobisnecessario ad vestram fraternitatem per has litteras dedimus testes ordinationis nostrae ([TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII])>> (46).
Though Illinois does not require a commission, dedimus potestatem, or letter rogatory to take a foreign deposition, if the jurisdiction in which the deponent is located requires one of those documents, SCR 205(c) permits the clerk of the court to issue one without notice.