A charter which confirmed that an earlier charter had been examined, and reaffirmed it. [Lat. inspeximus = we have inspected]

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  • Inspeximus — In*spex i*mus, n. [L., we have inspected.] The first word of ancient charters in England, confirming a grant made by a former king; hence, a royal grant. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Inspexĭmus — (lat., wir haben es gesehen), sonst auf Privilegien u. Urkunden so v.w. Vidi …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • inspeximus — /inspekssmss/ (Lat.) We have seen. A word sometimes used in letters patent, reciting a grant, inspeximus such former grant, and so reciting it verbatim; it then grants such further privileges as are thought convenient …   Black's law dictionary

  • inspeximus — ə̇nzˈpeksə̇məs, ə̇nˈsp noun ( es) Etymology: Latin, we have inspected : an English charter or letters patent beginning with the Latin word inspeximus in which the grantor confirms and recites a former charter …   Useful english dictionary

  • inspeximus — in·spex·i·mus …   English syllables

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