de clauso fracto

de clau·so frac·to \dāˌklȯ(ˌ)zōˈfrak(ˌ)tō\

Definition of de clauso fracto

  1. :  of breach of close —used of the old legal action against a trespasser upon real property

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Origin and Etymology of de clauso fracto

New Latin, literally, of broken close

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capable of being understood in two ways

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