Definition of Pactions

1. Noun. (plural of paction) ¹



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Definition of Pactions

1. paction [n] - See also: paction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pactions

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packways
paclitaxel
paclitaxels
paco
pacos
pacquet
pact
pacta
pactamycin
paction
pactional
pactioned
pactions (current term)
pactitious
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pactum
pactum de non petendo
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paczki
paczkis
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pad down
pad of paper
pad out
pad stitch

Literary usage of Pactions

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1. The Canada Law Journal by Law Society of Upper Canada, William S. Hein & Company, Canadian Bar Association (1911)
"A sample of the law in Regiam Majestatem is this Chapter Of pactions. "Faction is the consent of twa persons or moe anent the giving and receiving of ane ..."

2. The Records of the Proceedings of the Justiciary Court, Edinburgh, 1661-1678 by Edinburgh (Scotland). Justiciary Court, William George Scott-Moncrieff, John W. Weston (1905)
"And tho it had been insert as a penalty, yet it is exactly in the case and terms of the Act which reprobates all such pactions as usurious, and which indeed ..."

3. Historical memorials relating to the Independents, or Congregationalists by Benjamin Hanbury (1841)
"And, lastly, That some of that way, contrary to their former promises and pactions, and laying by not only the due regard we think they should have had, ..."

4. Lectures on the History and Practice of the Law of Scotland: Relative to by Walter Ross (1822)
"... whose rustici- ' ty is excusable, if they advert not to anterior pactions; nam pacta privatorum non de- 1 rogant jure communi. Yet, on the contrary, ..."

5. An Introduction to Mr James Anderson's Diplomata ScotiƦ: To which is Added by Thomas Ruddiman (1773)
"... by which conveyances of property and dominion, pactions, ... ing pactions and covenants betwixt them, but words alone, ..."

6. The Decisions of the Court of Session: From Its First Institution to the by Scotland Court of Session, William Maxwell Morison (1811)
"Replied, That bina fades is a necessary requisite in all transactions, but especially in contracts of marriage; and this were to turn deliberate pactions ..."

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