debitum fundi

noun debitum fun·di \-ˈfənˌdī, -ˈfu̇nˌdē\

Definition of debitum fundi

plural

debita fundi

Scots law

  1. :  a debt that is a lien on land

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Origin and Etymology of debitum fundi

Latin, literally, debt of an estate


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