Consent

Consent in Asia

Definition of Consent in Consent in the Legal Dictionary. See encyclopedic entry about Consent In the Legal Wiki Encyclopedia: Consent.

Related Terms

Consent: verb

  • accede
  • accept
  • accord
  • acquiesce
  • adsentire
  • affirm
  • agree
  • allow
  • approve
  • assent
  • authorize
  • be in favor of
  • be willing
  • come to terms
  • comply
  • concur
  • consentire
  • endorse
  • give approval
  • give consent
  • give permission
  • grant
  • gratify
  • have no objection
  • indicate willingness
  • license
  • permit
  • ratify
  • sanction
  • suffer
  • support
  • tolerate
  • warrant
  • yield
  • Associated Concepts: consent to an adjournment
  • consent to jurisdiction

Consent: noun

  • accedence
  • acceptance
  • accord
  • acknowledgment
  • acquiescence
  • admission
  • adoption
  • affirmance
  • affirmation
  • agreement
  • allowance
  • approbation
  • approval
  • assent
  • assurance
  • authentication
  • authority
  • authorization
  • certification
  • commendation
  • compliance
  • concession
  • concord
  • concordance
  • concurrence
  • confirmation
  • consensus
  • corroboration
  • countenance
  • empowering
  • endorsement
  • entitlement
  • grace
  • grant
  • guarantee
  • harmony
  • indulgence
  • leave
  • legalization
  • license
  • permission
  • permit
  • ratification
  • sanction
  • stipulation
  • subscription
  • sufferance
  • support
  • tolerance
  • toleration
  • unison
  • unity
  • validation
  • verification
  • vouchsafement
  • warrant
  • warranty
  • willingness Associated Concepts: consent decree
  • consent in writing
  • consent judgment
  • consent of adoptive parents
  • consent of owner
  • consent of parties
  • consent to a taking
  • consent to an act
  • consent to search
  • express consent
  • implied consent
  • legal consent
  • limited consent
  • parental consent
  • qualified consent
  • removal of an action by consent
  • voluntary consent
  • without consentforeign phrases: Consensus non concubitus facit nuptias vel matrimonium et consentire non possunt ante annos nubiles
  • Consent
  • not cohabitation
  • constitutes nuptials or marriage
  • and persons cannot consent before marriageable years
  • Consensus voluntas multorum adquos res pertinet
  • simuljuncta
  • Consent is the united will of several interested in one subject matter
  • Consentientes et aqentes pari poenaplectentur
  • Persons who consent and those who perform are subject to the same penalties
  • Longa patientia trahitur ad consensum
  • Itelius estomniamalapati quam malo consentire
  • It is better to suffer every ill than to consent to evil
  • Nihilconsensui tam controrium est quam vis atque metus
  • Nothing is as much opposed to consent as force and fear
  • Non consentit qui errat
  • He who makes a mistake does not consent
  • Non refert an quis assensum suum praefert verbis aut rebus ipsis et factis
  • Non refert an quis assensum suum praefert verbis aut rebus ipsis et factis
  • It matters not whether a man gives his consent by his words or by his acts and deeds
  • Non videntur qui errant consentire
  • Those who err are not deemed to consent
  • Non videtur consensum retinuisse si quis expraescripto minantis aliquid immutavit
  • He does not appear to have retained consent who has changed anything through menaces
  • Nuptias non cuncubitus sedconsensusfacit
  • Not cohabitation but consent makes the marriage
  • without consentforeign phrases: Consensus non concubitus facit nuptias vel matrimonium et consentire non possunt ante annos nubiles
  • Consent
  • not cohabitation
  • constitutes nuptials or marriage
  • and persons cannot consent before marriageable years
  • Consensus voluntas multorum adquos res pertinet
  • simuljuncta
  • Consent is the united will of several interested in one subject matter
  • Consentientes et aqentes pari poenaplectentur
  • Persons who consent and those who perform are subject to the same penalties
  • Longa patientia trahitur ad consensum
  • Long sufferance is construed as consent
  • Itelius estomniamalapati quam malo consentire
  • It is better to suffer every ill than to consent to evil
  • Nihilconsensui tam controrium est quam vis atque metus
  • Nothing is as much opposed to consent as force and fear
  • Non consentit qui errat
  • He who makes a mistake does not consent
  • Non refert an quis assensum suum praefert verbis aut rebus ipsis et factis
  • It matters not whether a man gives his consent by his words or by his acts and deeds
  • Non videntur qui errant consentire
  • Those who err are not deemed to consent
  • Non videtur consensum retinuisse si quis expraescripto minantis aliquid immutavit
  • He does not appear to have retained consent who has changed anything through menaces
  • Nuptias non cuncubitus sedconsensusfacit
  • Not cohabitation but consent makes the marriage
  • Omne jus aut consensusfecit
  • aut necessitas constituit autfirmavit consuetudo
  • Consent created
  • necessity established
  • or custom has confirmed every law
  • Omnis consensus tollit errorem
  • Every consent removes error
  • Qui tacet
  • consentire videtur
  • He who is silent
  • is deemed to consent
  • Actus me invito factus non est meus actus
  • An act done against my will is not my act
  • Aeentes et consentientes pari poena plectentur
  • Acting ana consenting parties are liable to the same punishment
  • Consensus est voluntas plurium ad quos res pertinet
  • simul juncta
  • Consent is the conjoint will of several persons to whom the thing belongs
  • Consensus facit legem
  • Consent makes the law
  • Consensus tollit errorem
  • Consent removes or obviates mistake
  • Quod meum est sine me auferri non potest
  • What is mine cannot be taken away without my consent
  • Volenti non fit injuria

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Consent in Other Legal Encyclopedias

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Related Entries and Entries Mentioning this One: See below:

Consent in the Context of Courts General Jurisdiction

General Jurisdiction Based on Consent or Waiver in International Civil Litigation

Analysis of the General Jurisdiction Based on Consent or Waiver in relation to the Jurisdiction of National Courts over Parties to International Disputes.

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  • Choice of Forum Clause Definition
  • Choice of Forum Clause Sample
  • Forum Selection
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