Actio popularis – this legal term comes from Latin. Back in history, in the Roman Empire, where referred to legal proceedings, initiated by a member of the public in the interests of the citizens. Nowadays (for example in Spain and…
Actio personalis moritur cum persona – this term comes from Latin. Literally it means “a personal action dies with the person”. It is nowadays used in legal authorizations, where details that once the authorizer dies, then the given letter of…
Actio in factum – this term comes from Latin. Literally it means “action on the fact”.
Actio furti – this term comes from Latin. It has been used in the old Criminal Law, to detail an action of robbery, which had to be resolved out-of-court.
Action ex delicto – this term comes from Latin. Nowadays it is used in the Tort law, where refers to legal action arising from wrongful behavior which has caused damages.
Actio in rem – this term comes from Latin. It is used in the Real Estate Law, where details a legal proceeding, which role is to establish ownership to real estate and the rights of the participating parties.
Actio ex contract – this term comes from Latin. Within the area of Contract Law, it refers to the personal actions, arising from clauses in agreement.
Actio confessoria – this term comes from Latin. It is used nowadays to detail the statement by the defendant, where they confirm the liability, but without stating the precise amount due to the claimant.
Actio commodati contraria – this term comes from Latin. It refers to the legal actions, which the borrower can undertake against the creditor, in order to recover expenses or loses, caused because of the lender’s fault.
Actio commodati – this term comes from Latin. Literally it means “action on loan”. Nowadays it is used in the Litigation procedures, where refers to the legal actions, started by the creditor against a debtor who has failed to return…