constitutum possessorium

constitutum pos·ses·so·ri·um | \-ˌpōzəˈsōrēəm, -sȯr-\

Definition of constitutum possessorium 

Roman law

: the change in intention of one having legal possession of real or personal property whereby the original possessor of the property remains in control but transfers the legal possession to another

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History and Etymology for constitutum possessorium

Latin, agreement of possessors

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