constitutum debiti

constitutum deb·​i·​ti | \ -ˈdebə̇tˌī \

Definition of constitutum debiti

Roman law
: a promise not founded on formal stipulation by one to pay an existing debt at a fixed time and place

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History and Etymology for constitutum debiti

Latin, agreement concerning a debt

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“Constitutum debiti.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 4 Aug. 2020.

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