Definition of avizandum in English:

avizandum

Line breaks: aviz|an¦dum
Pronunciation: /ˌavɪˈzandəm
 
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noun

[mass noun] Scots Law
  • Time taken for further consideration of a judgement: the court is to take the case to avizandum
    More example sentences
    • Phrases like avizandum, used by a judge to announce he intends to reflect on a case, and ‘pro loco et tempore’, when the prosecution announces that a case has been dropped for the time being, could be banned.
    • As a result considerable court resources and time were potentially to be required in circumstances in which a decision in the litigation at avizandum might well reduce the areas in dispute.
    • I took the view that I was not to be further addressed and took the matter to avizandum.

Origin

early 17th century: from medieval Latin, literally 'consideration', gerund of avizare 'consider, advise', from ad- 'to' + visere, frequentative of videre 'to see'.

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