Definition of praedium urbanum
Roman, civil, & Scots law
: land, whether in town or country, upon which a house or other building stands and the land immediately adjacent thereto used for purposes incidental to the enjoyment of the buildings
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Origin and Etymology of praedium urbanum
Latin, town praedium
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