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interpleader

A legal proceeding in which one holding money and making no claim to it, but unsure as to which of several claimants should receive the money,pays the money into court.This is the normal route taken by an escrow agent or someone else holding earnest money when the buyer and seller both demand the earnest money.The escrow company will name both the buyer and seller as defendants; ask that it be reimbursed out of the money for its costs, usually a small attorney's fee and a court filing fee; and that it be allowed to exit from the fight. The buyer and seller then battle over the funds.
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Thomas posits three actiones but only two products; Durandus maintained that if there are only two products, there are only two actiones; both Molina and Banez were out to discover a third product that they might have a third actio, and the former posited a concursus simultaneus, the latter a concursus praevius" (Grace and Freedom 449).
49) Banez objects that this threatens divine providence and proposes that God "is able to know in advance how human agents would freely act in certain circumstances because his 'efficacious concursus' determines those free actions that are good, whereas his failure to offer such a concursus results in those free actions that are evil.
Nor can there be a Dominican granting and withdrawing of concursus, because in withdrawing it, God would cease to know that he had ever granted it.
that "lex concursus determine[] all the effects of the insolvency
exception to lex fori concursus should especially apply for interests in
The settlement will involve sharing the funds with the State of Louisiana deposited in the various concursus accounts on a proportional basis which has been negotiated between representatives of the State and the Company.
27) What this means in practice, and why it is important to anchor Ripalda's discussion of the "wide faith" of non-Christians through his thoughts on "active obediential potency," is that the intellectual and moral movements of all people, which Ripalda called species impressae, enjoy a non-Pelagian concursus with "prevenient" grace.
If Ripalda can claim a concursus between natural and supernatural thoughts and feelings, a major objection to Ripalda's thesis on the good action would have to do with the type of faith involved.
Divine purpose is accomplished in a concursus or flowing together of divine and creaturely act in which the latter mediates the former.
The increase in expenses is mainly due to increases in legal fees related to more activity in our concursus proceedings and nonrecurring expenses related to moving our office.
9% mineral royalty interest in the CRIS I RA SUA unit from which the Manti-BML 1 and BML 3 wells are being produced is accruing to the corporation with the balance owed being deposited in the court ordered concursus pending the resolution of the adverse and competing title claim litigation.