pro hac vice

[ˌprəʊ hα:k'vʌɪsi]
adverb for this occasion only.
from L.

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  • pro hac vice — pro hac vi·ce / prō hak vī sē, häk vē kā/ adv [Latin]: for this occasion a motion to admit the attorney pro hac vice as counsel of record Huff v. State, 622 So. 2d 982 (1993) used esp. when an out of state attorney is allowed to practice in a… …   Law dictionary

  • Pro hac vice — Pro hac vice  латинское выражение, означающее «для данного случая», «в этот раз». Употребляется как юридический термин в гражданском законодательстве некоторых стран, а также в римском и каноническом праве. Содержание 1 Употребление в… …   Википедия

  • Pro hac vice — Pro hac vice, Latin for for this occasion or for this event, (literally, for this turn ) is a legal term usually referring to a lawyer who has not been admitted to practice in a certain jurisdiction but has been allowed to participate in a… …   Wikipedia

  • Pro hac vice — Der lateinische Ausdruck pro hac vice (phv) bedeutet „für dieses (eine) Mal, ausnahmsweise“.[1] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 US amerikanisches Recht 2 Römisches und kanonisches Recht 3 Siehe auch …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • pro hac vice — adv. for this occasion (only). Etymology: L * * * pro hac vice /hak vīˈsē, wēˈke or vēˈke/ For this turn or occasion • • • Main Entry: ↑pro * * * [prō ˌhäk wikē; vīsē] adv. for or on this occasion only Origin: Latin * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • pro hac vice — foreign term Etymology: Latin for this occasion …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pro hac vice — 1. adjective Permitted for a specific case or action. 2. adverb For a specific case or action …   Wiktionary

  • pro hac vice — /prow hack vaysiy/ For this turn; for this one particular occasion. For example, an out of state lawyer may be admitted to practice in a local jurisdiction for a particular case only …   Black's law dictionary

  • pro hac vice — For this occasion. McNeal v Braun, 53 NJL 617, 23 A 687 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • employee pro hac vice — See borrowed employee …   Black's law dictionary

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