restitutio in integrum

noun

res·​ti·​tu·​tio in in·​te·​grum
ˌrestəˈtütēˌōiˈnintə̇grəm,
-ˌō(ˌ)inin‧ˈteg-
Roman & civil law
: restoration to a whole or uninjured condition : restoration to the status quo ante

Word History

Etymology

Late Latin

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