ad vitam aut culpam
- 'to life or misdeed'; so long as good behaviour lasts.
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Ad vitam aut culpam — Ad vitam aut culpum is a Latin phrase found in Scots law which meaning for life or until fault [ cite web|title=Ad vitam aut culpum| url=http://www.infoplease.com/dictionary/brewers/ad vitam aut culpam.html|publisher=http://www.infoplease.com/… … Wikipedia
ad vitam aut culpam — for life or until blame . Many office holders are appointed on this basis, but the modern trend is to fix retirement ages; for example, judges are now appointed subject to a retirement age. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 … Law dictionary
ad vitam aut culpam — /aed vaytam 6t kalpam/ For life or until fault. Words descriptive of a tenure of office for life or good behavior, equivalent to quamdiu bene se gesserit … Black's law dictionary
ad vitam aut culpam — For life or until guilty of misbehavior, that is, during good behavior … Ballentine's law dictionary
ad vitam aut culpam — ädˈwēˌtäm.ˌau̇tˈku̇lˌpäm Etymology: Latin : for life or until misbehavior used to qualify originally a feudal tenure and later an appointment to office … Useful english dictionary
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