Justiciar


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JUSTICIAR, or JUSTICIER. A judge, or justice the same as justiciary.

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Cual era el argumento para justiciar la "retencion" del aprendizaje?
Walter was a key figure in state finance during this period, first under Richard I as justiciar (5) (1193-1198) and then as John's chancellor (1199-1205).
Deathbed confessions show that lords not only recognized in principle the rights of tenants and the limits of lordship, but also saw God in the role of justiciar in the redress of these wrongs.
20) And one of the earliest surviving legal treatises, dating from around 1188 and attributed to Henry II's justiciar (the king's viceroy in England), Ranulf Glanvill, noted that "although the laws of England are not written, it does not seem absurd to call them laws--those, that is, which are known to have been promulgated about problems settled in council on the advice of the magnates and with the supporting authority of the prince" (Hall 1965: 2).
aquel que ha de prender e de justiciar los hombres en la corte del Rey"; ".
to buy and sell free from all maletotes by the ancient and rightful customs, except, in time of war, such as come from an enemy country [who] shall be detained without damage to their persons or goods, until we or our chief justiciar know how the merchants of our land are treated in the enemy country; and if ours are safe there, the others shall be safe in our land.
Lo peor, sin embargo, es que el recorte redundara en intensificar la recesion y, por lo tanto, en un nuevo descenso de los ingresos del Estado con el que se pretendera justiciar otra vez el recorte presupuestal.
No se uio jamas dia de tanta comfusion y que mayor tristeza en jenerar ubiese de to(s)/dos/, hombres y mujeres, como el que bieron quando aquellos dos caballeros sacaron a justiciar, porque eran muy queridos y de los mas principales y rricos, y que no hazia mal a nayde, sino antes dauan y onrrabam su patria, especialmente Alonso de Abila, que de or[d]inario tenia casa de senor y el trato della, y abia con munchas beras procurado titulo de sus pueblos.
De esa novela se ha dicho, ademas, que participo indirectamente de la polemica entre extranjerizantes y nacionalistas, ya que subrayaba que el desprecio por lo nuestro y la copia indiscriminada de modelos ajenos llevaban a una "ausencia de personalidad propia, que habria de justiciar, en ultima instancia, la disolucion de la identidad y la soberania nacionales" (21).
The first portion of des Roches's career, during which he served as justiciar, baron of the Exchequer, and regent, was his most active.
Born in 1261, the son of Hugh le Despenser, the justiciar (d.