emptio–venditio

noun emp·tio–ven·di·tio \ˈem(p)tēˌōˌwenˈditēˌō\
variants: or

emptio et venditio

\-tēˌō(ˌ)et(ˌ)w-\

Definition of emptio–venditio

  1. :  the consensual contract between two parties for the purchase of something by one party and its sale by the other at an agreed price

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Origin and Etymology of emptio–venditio

Latin emptio et venditio buying and selling


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