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obligate

verb agree to perform, agree to be burrened with, assume a duty, assume a moral responsibility for, assume responsibility for, assume the performance of, become legally responsible for, become obliged, charged with, committed to accomplish, compel, contracted, covenanted, indebted to, promise to do
Associated concepts: contractual duties, implied obligations
See also: assign, coerce, compel, constrain, detail, encumber, entail, exact, force, guarantee, necessitate, press, require
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El solus consensus obligat significa que la voluntad todopoderosa y autosuficiente basta para ser fuente y medida de los derechos y obligaciones contractuales (10).
lex humana iuxta obligat in foro conscientiae>>.
La moral no se puede fundamentar en la obligatoriedad de la ley, lex dubia non obligat, ya que los juicios morales no constituyen juicios apodicticos que impliquen certeza.
La moral no se puede fundamentar en la obligatoriedad de la ley, lex dubia non obligat, pues los juicios morales no constituyen juicios apodicticos que impliquen certeza.
lex non obligat nisi promulgata La ley no obliga si no esta promulgada (escrita).
'Even though it might be that no one can drive the unwilling to drink', Dositheus goes on, with his tongue firmly in his cheek, 'yet each [Franciscan friar] more willingly obeys the rules and, collecting eighteen or even twenty-seven gallons in a wine-skin, as it were, obliges himself to drink the same measures [as the others] English-fashion, just to show their love' ('omnis [...] uoluntarius in lege, binas uel ternas metretas sicut in utre, ad potus equales Anglico more se obligat ex amore').
30.103], vel chyrographo obligat se ad praestandum ei, qui capere non potest velut ut haereditas filio spurio restituatur vel concubinae.(26)
In the first chapter of Book One he asserts that, although permissions are not strictly speaking an operation of law, they do oblige third parties not to enforce the law being remitted (obligat, I.1.9, 38).
The thesis was "Lex dubia non obligat"--a doubtful law does not oblige.
(57) "Aequitas naturalis nos obligat ad vitanda mala, et praecavenda proximi damna, quando id sine damno proportionate gravi possumus" (ibid.).
Moreover, conscientia errans obligat: a human being is always justified by his conscience.
16, [seccion] 2), implicherebbe l'applicazione del principio secondo cui lex dubia non obligat (can.