Definition of Mandators
1. Noun. (plural of mandator) ¹
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Definition of Mandators
1. mandator [n] - See also: mandator
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Literary usage of Mandators
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1. A Systematic and Historical Exposition of Roman Law in the Order of a Code by William Alexander Hunter, Gaius, John Ashton Cross (1897)
"In the case of joint-mandate, even after one of the co-mandators had been sued and judgment given against him for the whole debt, he could require that the ..."
2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Louisiana by Louisiana Supreme Court (1850)
"They were distinct acts, showing 'no privity between the mandators. The authority in both was the same, ... This was the only authority which the mandators ..."
3. Statutes of the Province of Quebec Passed in the Session Held in the by Québec (Province). (1868)
"To make investments, in the name of mandators, or in its name for its account, or in its name for the account of ..."
4. Correspondence Relating to Wrongs Done to American Citizens by the by United States Dept. of State (1908)
"... mandators — such pretensions being, besides, opposed to the constitution and laws of th<- Republic. Such claims of the New York and Bermudez Company, ..."
5. The Ancient Régime by Hippolyte Taine (1876)
"They may feel compassion for the people but they do not feel themselves culpable; they are its sovereigns and not its mandators. France, to them, is as a ..."
6. Imperatoris Iustiniani Institutionum Libri Quattuor by John Baron Moyle (1883)
"3.2, or until he has performed, or at least is ready to perform, all that he has undertaken. The liability of several joint mandators is solidary, Dig. ib. ..."
7. Commentaries on the Law of Bailments: With Illustrations from the Civil and by Joseph Story, James Schouler (1878)
"If there are joint mandators, the account must be rendered to them all jointly. But these are points of pleading and practice in the common law, ..."
8. Commentaries on the Law of Partnership, as a Branch of Commercial and by Joseph Story, Edmund Hatch Bennett (1859)
"... and by its express warrant, or by what they have been accustomed to do, in so far they are not only partners but mandators, and it hath the same effect, ..."