invecta et illata

plural noun in·vec·ta et il·la·ta \ə̇nˈvektəˌetə̇ˈlätə\

Definition of invecta et illata

Roman & civil & Scots law

  1. :  goods of a tenant brought upon the leased premises or goods of others brought there by their consent and for other than temporary use

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Origin and Etymology of invecta et illata

Late Latin, literally, things brought in and things carried in


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