turpis

turpis
turpis, e, disgraceful, shameful.

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  • Turpis persona — (lat.), eine anrüchige Person …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • turpis causa — tur·pis cau·sa / tər pis kȯ zə, tu̇r pēs kau̇ sä/ n [Latin, immoral reason]: a cause or consideration that is base or immoral and therefore not sufficient to support a contractual obligation Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster.… …   Law dictionary

  • turpis — tur·pis …   English syllables

  • turpis — /tarpas/ In the civil law, base; mean; vile; disgraceful; infamous; unlawful. Applied both to things and persons …   Black's law dictionary

  • turpis — Bad; base; immoral; wicked; dishonorable …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • turpis causa — illegitimate motive, motive that is not allowed as the cause for an action …   English contemporary dictionary

  • turpis causa — /tarpas koza/ A base cause; a vile or immoral consideration; a consideration which, on account of its immorality, is not allowed by law to be sufficient either to support a contract or found an action; e.g., future illicit intercourse …   Black's law dictionary

  • turpis contractus — /tarpas kantreektas/ An immoral or iniquitous contract …   Black's law dictionary

  • turpis est pars quae non convenit cum suo toto — /tarpas est parz kwiy non kanviynat kam s(y)uwow towtow/ The part which does not agree with its whole is of mean account [entitled to small or no consideration] …   Black's law dictionary

  • turpis contractus — A dishonorable contract …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Turpis est pars quae non convenit cum suo toto — That part is bad which does not correspond with its own whole …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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