Definition of Hypothecs

1. Noun. (plural of hypothec) ¹



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Definition of Hypothecs

1. hypothec [n] - See also: hypothec

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypothecs

hypothalamus
hypothec
hypotheca
hypothecae
hypothecal
hypothecaries
hypothecary
hypothecate
hypothecated
hypothecates
hypothecating
hypothecation
hypothecations
hypothecator
hypothecators
hypothecs (current term)
hypothenar
hypothenar eminence
hypothenar prominence
hypothenusal
hypothenuse
hypothenuses
hypothermal
hypothermia
hypothermias
hypothermic
hypothermic anaesthesia
hypotheses
hypothesis
hypothesise

Literary usage of Hypothecs

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1. The Law of Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Mercantile Sequestration, in Scotland by John Hill Burton (1845)
"TACIT hypothecs. In the following propositions, hypothec, as distinct from lien, ... 51, the subject of conventional hypothecs has been avoided. (79. ..."

2. The Civil Code of Lower Canada: Together with a Synopsis of Changes in the by Thomas McCord, Québec (Province). (1870)
"... pledged to him are subject to these of third parties upon it, according to the provisions contained in the title Of Privileges and hypothecs.—(ill. 157. ..."

3. A History of French Private Law by Jean Brissaud, Rapelje Howell (1912)
"Implied Liens (hypothecs). § 442. Consequences of the Mortgage. § 443. "Clearance." § 444. Revolutionary Law. § 417. Movables are the Seat of Debts. ..."

4. The Civil Code of the Province of Quebec, Annotated, Containing the French by Québec (Province), Jean Joseph Beauchamp (1904)
"735, 73S, compensation avail himself, to 'the prejudice of third parties, of the privileges and hypothecs attached to euch debt, unless there were just ..."

5. The Journal of Jurisprudence by Law Library Microform Consortium (1871)
"THE LANDLORDS' hypothecs. Bi JOHN KIRKPATRICK, Esq., ADVOCATE. ... If we pointed out that the landlords' hypothecs were in use at Rome several centuries ..."

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