See: transfer
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Which when the Lord God heard, without delay To Judgement he proceeded on th' accus'd Serpent though brute, unable to transferre The Guilt on him who made him instrument Of mischief, and polluted from the end Of his Creation; justly then accurst, As vitiated in Nature: more to know Concern'd not Man (since he no further knew) Nor alter'd his offence; yet God at last To Satan first in sin his doom apply'd, Though in mysterious terms, judg'd as then best: And on the Serpent thus his curse let fall.
Translation" comes from the past participle of the Latin transferre, to carry across.
This principle concerns the effects of nullity against third parties and is a consequence of the two principles mentioned above, but also of another great principle of law, namely: nemo dat quod non habet or nemo plus iuris ad alium transferre potest, quam ipse habet (no one can transfer more rights than he himself has), meaning that if it turns out that the transferor could not transfer a right because his title was abolished, by the annulment of the act any subsequent acquirer could not acquire more (Beleiu, 1992).
Indeed, the principle that no one can transfer a greater right than one holds--nemo plus iuris ad alium transferre potest, quam ipse habet--undergirds many legal regimes.
The essence of the Chinese jurisdictional objection is rooted in the international legal principle nemo dat quod non habet, which has its origins in the Roman legal maxim nemo plus iuris ad alium transferre potest quam ipse habet ("One cannot transfer to another more right than one has oneself").
Decrevit Deus mortale hoc immortalitate vestire, et mortalem vitam in vitam aetemam transferre.
the probe found they had transferre d two payments from customerstotalling almost PS1million to a connected company, Melville LLP Holdings, of which Stephen and several otherfamily members were directors
metaphora y, por calco, translatio, de transferre, "transportar", de donde se deriva traslacion, traslado) pueden resumirse de este modo: sustitucion de una palabra por otra cuyo sentido literal posee cierta semejanza con el sentido literal de la palabra sustituida (Mortara, 2000: 181).
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Quod ideo dicitur, quia illi possunt, saltern in multis casibus, cedere iuri suo et transferre ius suum in alium vel alios; per quern modum licet populus ex iure naturali tertio modo dicto, vel secundo modo, habet ius condendi leges, illam tamen potestatem transtulit in imperatorem, et ita in potestate imperatoris fuit transferre in aliquem vel aliquos ius eligendi.
Cette acquisition valable d'une chose des mains d'une personne non autorisee deroge au principe nemo plus juris ad alium transferre potest quam se ipse habet (nul ne peut transferer plus de droits a autrui qu'il n'en a lui-meme).