In transitu

In transitu, lat., im Vorbeigehen, beiläufig.

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  • In transitu — In tran si*tu [L.] (Law) In transit; during passage; as, goods in transitu. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stoppage in transitu — stop·page in tran·si·tu / stä pij ˌin tran zə ˌtü, tran sə , ˌtyü/ n [Latin in transitu in passing from one place to another]: the right of a seller of goods to stop them on their way to the buyer and resume possession of them (as on discovery of …   Law dictionary

  • in transitu — (ˈ)inˈtran(t)səˌtü, ranzə adverb Etymology: Latin : during passage from one place to another * * * /in trddahn si tooh /; Eng. /in tran si tooh , tyooh /, Latin. in transit; on the way. * * * in transitu /in tranˈ or tränˈsi too/ (Latin) In… …   Useful english dictionary

  • In transĭtu — (lat.), im Vorbeigehen, beiläufig …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Right of stoppage in transĭtu — (engl., spr. rait ŏw stóppĕdsch), s. Droit de suite …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • stoppage in transitu — UK US noun [U] LAW, COMMERCE ► STOPPAGE IN TRANSIT(Cf. ↑stoppage in transit) …   Financial and business terms

  • in transitu — In transit. A phrase familiar in the law of sales, meaning the period while the goods are in the possession of a carrier, whether by land, water, or air, until they are delivered into the possession of the consignee, whether or not the carrier… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • seizing in transitu — See stoppage in transitu …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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