contumacy

contumacy
неповиновение имя существительное:
неповиновение (disobedience, defiance, insubordination, contumacy, recusancy)
упорство (perseverance, persistence, tenacity, stubbornness, obstinacy, contumacy)
упрямство (stubbornness, obstinacy, obduracy, recalcitrance, perversity, contumacy)
неподчинение (insubordination, noncompliance, nonconformity, recusancy, contumacy, rebellion)
неподчинение постановлению суда (contumacy)
неявка в суд (default, contumacy, non-appearance)

Англо-русский синонимический словарь. 2014.

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  • Contumacy — is a stubborn refusal to obey authority or, particularly in law, the wilful contempt of the order or summons of a court (see contempt of court.) The term is derived from the Latin word contumacia, meaning firmness or stubbornness.[1] In… …   Wikipedia

  • contumacy — con·tu·ma·cy /kən tü mə sē, tyü ; kän tə mə sē, tyə / n [Latin contumacia, literally, defiance, obstinacy]: willful disobedience of a court order con·tu·ma··cious /ˌkän tü mā shəs, tyü / adj Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster.… …   Law dictionary

  • Contumacy — Con tu*ma*cy, n.; pl. {Contumacies}. [L. contumacia, fr. contumax, acis, insolent; prob. akin to contemnere to despise: cf. F. contumace. Cf. {Contemn}.] 1. Stubborn perverseness; pertinacious resistance to authority. [1913 Webster] The bishop… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • contumacy — (n.) late 14c., from L. contumacia haughtiness, insolence, noun of quality from contumax (see CONTUMELY (Cf. contumely)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • contumacy — [kän′tyo͞o mə sē, kän′təmə sē] n. pl. contumacies [ME contumacie < L contumacia < contumax, haughty, stubborn < com , intens. + tumere, to swell up: see TUMOR] stubborn refusal to submit to authority, esp. that of a law court;… …   English World dictionary

  • contumacy — /kont(y)amasiy/ The refusal or intentional omission of a person who has been duly cited before a court to appear and defend the charge laid against him, or, if he is duly before the court, to obey some lawful order or direction made in the cause …   Black's law dictionary

  • contumacy — /kont(y)amasiy/ The refusal or intentional omission of a person who has been duly cited before a court to appear and defend the charge laid against him, or, if he is duly before the court, to obey some lawful order or direction made in the cause …   Black's law dictionary

  • Contumacy (in Canon Law) — • Contumacy, or contempt of court, is an obstinate disobedience of the lawful orders of a court Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Contumacy (in Canon Law)     Contumacy (in …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • contumacy — noun Etymology: Middle English contumacie, from Anglo French, from Latin contumacia, from contumac , contumax rebellious Date: 13th century stubborn resistance to authority; specifically willful contempt of court …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • contumacy — /kon too meuh see, tyoo /, n., pl. contumacies. stubborn perverseness or rebelliousness; willful and obstinate resistance or disobedience to authority. [1150 1200; ME contumacie < L contumacia, equiv. to contumac , s. of contumax unyielding,… …   Universalium

  • contumacy — noun disobedience, resistance to authority …   Wiktionary


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