jus honorarium

noun
jus ho·​no·​ra·​ri·​um | \-ˌänəˈra(a)rēəm\

Definition of jus honorarium 

Roman law

: the law established by the edicts of the magistrates consisting chiefly of the praetorian law and the law of the curule aediles

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Latin, magisterial law

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