stoppage in transitu

noun
stop·​page in tran·​si·​tu | \ ˈstä-pij-ˌin-ˈtran-zə-ˌtü, -ˈtran-sə-, -ˌtyü\

Legal Definition of stoppage in transitu

: the right of a seller of goods to stop them on their way to the buyer and resume possession of them (as on discovery of the buyer's insolvency)

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History and Etymology for stoppage in transitu

Latin in transitu in passing from one place to another

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