conventio

See: contract, covenant, treaty

CONVENTIO, canon law. The act of convening or calling together the parties, by summoning the defendant. Vide Reconvention. When the defendant was brought to answer, he was said to be convened, which the canonists called conventio, because the plaintiff and defendant met to contest. Sto. Eq. Pl. Sec. 402; 4 Bouv. Inst. n. 4117.

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Dictionnaire 3 (1942): 1353-83; Pietro Agostino d'Avack, "Concordato," Enciclopedia del diritto 8 (1961): 441-71; Carlos Corral Salvador, "Concordato (Concordatum, Conventio cum Nationibus)," in Diccionario de derecho canonico, ed.
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