COLLEGIUMcollegium (k[schwa]-lee-jee-[schwa]m), n. [Latin] Roman law. An association of at least three people having the right to assemble and enact rules concerning membership, organization, and the rights and duties of members. ? Collegia were formed for professional, cultural, charitable, and religious purposes. Pl. collegia.
collegium illicitum (k[schwa]-lee-jee-[schwa]m i-lis-[schwa]-t[schwa]m). A collegium that either is not sanctioned by law or assembles for some purpose other than that expressed in its charter.
collegium licitum (k[schwa]-lee-jee-[schwa]m lis-[schwa]-t[schwa]m). An assemblage of people empowered to act as a juristic person in the pursuit of some useful purpose or business.
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