ATOM. Saxophone. A meeting; an assembly. Used in composition, such as Burymote, Folkmote, etc. -Mote-Bell. The bell used by the Saxons to bring people to court. Cowell. Adj. (1) unresolved, contested or contested, in particular on a question of law which has not been the subject of any court decision.
2) a subject that has only academic interest. Legal, legal, legitimate, legal means complying with the law. Licite may apply to conformity with laws of any kind (e.g., natural, divine, general, or canonical). The legal sovereign right applies to what is sanctioned by law or in accordance with the law, especially if it is written or administered by the courts. Legal residents of the state may legitimately refer to a legal right or status, but also, in the case of extensive use, to a right or status supported by tradition, custom or accepted norms. A perfectly legitimate question about tax legality concerns strict compliance with legal provisions and applies in particular to what is regulated by law. the legal use of medicines by Anglo-French doctors, from the Latin legalis, from leg-, lex law MORA, estates. A swamp, sterile or unprofitable soil; Swamp; a moor. 1 Inst. 5; Fleta, lib.
2, c. 71. Mote`s definition is based on The Cyclopedic Law Dictionary. This entry needs to be proofread. Supported by Black`s Law Dictionary, Free 2nd ed., and The Law Dictionary. MORA, in civil law. This term is used in mora to refer to a contracting party that is obliged to do something has failed to perform it and is in default. History of Bailm. §§ 123 and 259; Jones on Bailm. 70; Poth. Pret a Usage, c. 2, § 2, art.
2, No. 60; Encyclopedia, word Abode; Broderode, Mora word.