Acquittance


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Acquittance

A written document which releases a second party from any financial or other liability. An example of an acquittance would be a receipt indicating payment in full.

Acquittance

The full satisfaction or discharge of a debt or other liability as witnessed by the issue of a receipt or other, similar document by the creditor.
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In contrast, Sheikh Tusi the founder of Najaf seminary and the author of two books from four books of Shiite by the name of "Altahzib" and "Alestebsar", and Shahid Sani the author of "Sharhe Lemae", Mohagegh Helli, the author of the "Alshraye" and many other great jurisprudents of the duodenum religious believe that Ijtehad and the proficiency of the doctor and getting permission from the patient or his parent for his treatment doesn't have any effect on the responsibility of the doctor and the careful and proficient but non culprit doctor, even if has the acquittance from the patient is responsible for the losses that has brought to the patient.
Imam Khomeini that his legal opinions in Tahrir Alvsile and more than any text and vote have influences on the drafters of the Islamic penal code believed that the culprit doctor is responsible for the damage to the patient, even if he has gotten the acquittance from the patient, and if the careful and proficient doctor gets the acquittance from the patient of his parent and doesn't be careless in his medicine, he isn't responsible.
Problem 6: Apparently if the patient acquitted the doctor before the treatment and the owner of the animal acquitted the veterinarian and the parent of the child acquitted the doctor before circumcision, he is not responsible, (and apparently the patient should be adult and the treatment doesn't cause the death of the patient, and the parent of the child or the owner of the animal should be adult if the treatment causes the death of the child and the animal), but it is possible that the patient's acquittance for removing the doctor's responsibility in the case that he is adult be enough even if the treatment causes his murder; But, it's better to apologize the patient (his heir) or the owner of the animal.
Imam Khomeini believes about the responsibility of the doctor: If he makes a fault scientifically and practically, he is responsible for the loss even if he has acquittance, and if the doctor takes an action without the permission of the patient's parent or the adult patient, he is responsible although he is an outstanding scholar and if the patient or his parent permits the doctor and the patient dies the doctor isn't responsible but he is responsible for the financial loss.
The acquittance should be taken before the treatment of the patient and if the patient is mature and wise and the treatment doesn't cause to death it is true and maybe the aqucittance of the mature and wise patient be enough even if it doesn't result in the murder (Imam Khomeini, Rooh Alah, Tahrir Alvasile, P.
Article 495: If the doctor causes the loss or injury in his treatment, he is responsible for the compensation unless his action is based on the medical regulations and technical standards or he taken an acquittance before the treatment and doesn't have any fault, and if the obtaing of the acquittacne from the patient is not valid because of his immatureness or madness or obtaing the acquittance is not possible because of his anesthesia, the acquittacne will be from the patient's parent.
In human terms, the list of acquittances on the back of the Fortune contract also offers a directory of Street's crew and the craftsmen with whom he worked.
In looking over the list of acquittances it appears that both Henslowe and Alleyn kept accounts, but Henslowe's hand predominates.