An abbreviation of "Novella," the Novels of Justinian, used in citing them. Tayl. Civil Law, 24. In English, a common and familiar abbreviation for the word "north," as used in maps, charta, conveyances, etc. See Burr v. Broadway Ins. Co., 16 N. X. 27L
An abbreviation for "non allocatur," it is not allowed.
- N. B.
An abbreviation for "nota bene," mark well, observe; also "nulla bona" no goods.
- N. D.
An abbreviation for "Northern District"
- N. E. I.
L An abbreviation for "non est inventus," he is not found.
- N. L.
An abbreviation of "non liquet," (which see.)
- N. P.
An abbreviation for "notary public," (Rowley v. Berrian, 12 111. 200;) also for "nisi prius," (q. v.)
- N. R.
An abbreviation for "New Reports;" also for "not reported," and for "nonresident".
- N. S.
An abbreviation for "New Series;" also for "New Style."
Sax. The attaching or taking of movable goods and chattels, called "vif" or "mort" according as the chattels were living or dead. Termes de la Ley.