In Faciendo Law and Legal Definition
In faciendo refers to in doing; in making; in performing. It also refers to in fact; in truth; in reality; in existence rather than in theory; in circumstances rather than in law.
The following is an example of a case law referring to in faciendo:
By saying that servitude cannot consist in faciendo, it means that the owner of a serving estate can do only that which may be required for the maintenance of the servitude. [Louisiana & A. R. Co. v. Winn Parish Lumber Co., 131 La. 288, 306 (La. 1911)].
Legal Definition list
- In Extremis
- In Entirety
- In Emulationem Vicini
- In Dubio, Sequendum Quod Tutius Est
- In Dubio Pro Reo
- In Faciendo
- In Fact Dependent
- In Facto Quod Se Habet Ad Bonum Et Malum,Magis De Bono Quam De Malo Lex Intendit
- In Favorabilibus Magis Attenditur Quod Prodest Quam Quod Nocet
- In Feudis Stricte Novis
- In Feudis Vere Antiquis