Quod computet

QUOD COMPUTET. The name of an interlocutory judgment in an action of account render: also the name of a decree in the case of creditors' bills against executors or administrators. Such a decree directs the master to take the accounts between the deceased and all his creditors; to cause the creditors, upon due and public notice to come before him to prove their debts, at a certain place, and within a limited period; and also directs the master to take an account of all personal estate of the deceased in the hands of the executor or administrator. Story, Eq. Jur. SS 548. See Judgment quod computet.

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Quo animo
Quo minus
Quo warranto
Quoad hoc
Quod ab initio non valet
Quod ad jus naturale attinet
Quod alias bonum et justum est
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Quod constat clare
Quod constat curiae opere testium non indiget
Quod contra juris rationem receptum est
Quod contra legem fit
Quod cum
Quod damnum
Quod demonstrandi causa additur rei satis demonstratae
Quod dubitas
Quod ei deforceat
Quod est ex necessitate nunquam introducitor
Quod est inconveniens
Quod est necessarium est licitum
Quod factum est
Quod fieri non debet
Quod in minori valet
Quod in uno similium valet
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