arbitration


arbitration

⇒ARBITRATION, subst. fém.
JURISPR. ,,Estimation faite en gros et sans entrer dans le détail.`` (Ac. 1835, 1878).
Rem. Noté comme ,,peu usité`` par Ac. 1835 et 1878, ainsi que par GUÉRIN 1892 et QUILLET 1965, vieilli par BESCH. 1845, ,,vieux`` par Lar. 19e; enregistré sans mention partic. par LITTRÉ, Nouv. Lar. ill., DG et Pt Lar. 1906, ainsi que par Lar. encyclop.
PRONONC. :[].
ÉTYMOL. ET HIST. — 1370 (ORESME, Politiq., f° 141c, éd. 1489 ds GDF. : Mais peut estre que plus de choses demouroient en leur volunté ou arbitracion en police royal), rare.
Empr. du b. lat. jur. arbitratio « action d'arbitrer » (Code Théodosien, 2, 26, 4 ds TLL s.v., 408, 57).

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