condictio triticaria


condictio tri·​ti·​ca·​ria
Roman law
: an action for recovery of the same quality and quantity of fungible property (as wheat) previously loaned by plaintiff to defendant

Word History


New Latin, from Late Latin condictio triticiaria formal claim relating to wheat

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“Condictio triticaria.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 27 May. 2023.

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