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Quantum meruit. How much he has deserved.
Quantum valebat. How much it was worth; of what value.
Quare. Wherefore, why.
Quare clausum suum fregit et centum cuniculos suos ad tunc et ibidem inventos venatus fuit, occidit, cepit, et asportavit. Wherefore he broke his close and hunted, killed, took, and carried away one hundred rabbits belonging to him, then and there found.
Quare clausum querentis fregit. Wherefore he broke the close of the plaintiff.
Quare domum ipsius A apud W (in qua idem A quendam H Scotum per ipsam A in guerra captum tanquam prisonem suum, quosque sibi de centum libris, per quas idem H redemptionem suam cum præfato A pro vita sua salvanda fecerat satisfactum foret, detinuit) fregit, et ipsum H cepit et abduxit, vel quo voluit abire permisit, &c. Wherefore he broke the house of him A at W (in which the said A detained H a certain Scot whom A had taken as his prisoner of war, until the sum of one hundred pounds should be paid to him by the said H in redemption to the said A for preserving his life) and the said H took and led away, or permitted him to depart wheresoever he thought proper.
Quare ducentos cuniculos suos pretii et cepit. Wherefore he took two hundred rabbits of the value of, &c.
Quare ejecit infra terminum. Wherefore he ejected under the term.
Quare impedit. Wherefore he hinders (or disturbs).
. Quare impedit infra semestre. Wherefore he disturbs within six months.
Quare incumbravit. Wherefore he hath incumbered.
Quare vi et armis. Wherefore with force of arms.
Quare vi et armis clausum ipsius A apud B fregit, et blada ipsius A ad valentiam centum solidorum ibidem nuper crescentia cum quibusdam averiis - depastus fuit, conculcavit, et consumpsit, fc. Wherefore with force and arms, he broke into the close of the said A at B, and with certain cattle eat up, trod under foot, and consumed the herbage of the said A lately growing in the said place to the value of one hundred shillings.
Quarto die post. On the fourth day after.
Quasi agnum committere lupo, ad devorandum. As if to commit a lamb to the care of a wolf to devour him.'
Quasi ex contractu. In manner of a contract.
Quemadmodum theatrum, cum commune sit, recte tamen dici potest, ejus esse cum locum quem quisque occupavit. Even as a theatre, when it is public, yet it can justly be said that the place which each person has occupied, belongs to him.
Quendam. A certain one.
Querela inofficiosi testamenti. A complaint against an informal will.
Querelatus autem postea tenetur respondere et habebit licentiam consulendi, si requirat; habito autem consilio, debet factum negare quo accusatus est. For the defendant is afterwards held to reply; and he shall have imparlance if he require it; but after imparlance, he should deny the act of which he is accused.
Queritur. He complains.
Quia caret forma. Because it is wanting in form.
Quia delegatus non potest delegare. Because a deputy cannot depute. : Quia duplex est et caret forma. Because it is ambiguous, and is wanting in form.
Quia emptores. Because the purchasers.
Quia interest reipublicæ, ut sit finis litium. Because it concerns the republic, that this be the conclusion of law-suits.
Quia juris civilis studiosos decet haud imperitos esse juris municipalis, et differentias exteri patriique juris notas habere. . Because it behoves students of the civil law, not to be unskilled in the common law, and also to understand the difference between the foreign laws and those of their own country. . i Qui alienum fundum ingreditur, venandi aut aucupandi gratiâ potest a domino prohiberi ne ingrediatur. He who enters upon another man's land, for the purpose of hunting or fowling, may be prohibited from entering by the owner.
Qui alienum fundum ingreditur, potest a domino, si is præviderit, prohiberi ne ingrediatur. He who is about to enter upon another's farm, may be prohibited from entering by the owner, if he has foreseen his purpose.
Quia non sua culpa, sed parentum, id commisisse cognoscitur. Because it is not considered that she did it by her own fault, but from the neglect of her parents.
Quia placitum, &c. materiaque in eodem contenta minus sufficiens in lege existet, fc. unde pro defectu sufficientis placiti, &c. petit judicium, &c. Because the plea, &c. and the matter contained in the same is insufficient in law, &c. wherefore from default of a sufficient plea, &c. he seeks judgment, &c.
Qui arma gerit. Who bears a coat of arms.
Quia tollit atque eximit causam e curia baronum. Because it removes and discharges a cause from the court of the barons.
Quibus major reverentia et securitas debetur, út templa et judicia, que sancta habebuntur, -arces et aula regis,--denique locus quilibet præsente, aut adventante rege. Places in which the greatest respect and silence must be observed, as temples of divine worship, and courts, of justice which shall be considered sacred, the palaces and
court of the king,-finally every place in which the king is present, or in the act of approaching.
Qui cadere possit in virum constantem, non timidum et meticulosum. Which may happen to a resolute man, not to a cowardly and timorous person.
Qui contra formam humani generis converso more procreantur, ut si mulier monstrosum vel prodigiosum enixa sit inter liberos non computentur. Partus tamen, cui natura aliquantulum addiderit vel diminuerit, ut si sex vel tantum quatuor digitos habuerit, bene debet inter liberos connumerari ; etsi membra sint inutilia aut tortuosa, non tamen est partus monstrosus. They who are begotten by unnatural means, different in shape from the human race, as, if a woman bring forth a monstrous or unnatural creature, such is not considered her child. But an offspring which nature has made a little deformed, either by increase or diminution of proportion, if it have six or only four fingers, it is counted among her children; although the limbs be useless or
crooked, yet the offspring is not unnatural. ... Qui cum aliter tueri se non possunt, damni cul
pam dederint, innoxii sunt. They are not guilty of homicide who kill others in their own defence.
Quiddam honorarium.' A certain fee (or salary). "Quidem. Indeed; truly.
Qui de nece virorum illustrium, qui consiliis et consistorio nostro intersunt, senatorum etiam (nam