condictio triticaria

condictio tri·​ti·​ca·​ria | \ -ˌtritəˈka(a)rēə, -kär- \

Definition of condictio triticaria

Roman law
: an action for recovery of the same quality and quantity of fungible property (as wheat) previously loaned by plaintiff to defendant

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History and Etymology for condictio triticaria

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

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“Condictio triticaria.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 28 Nov. 2020.

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