ANNUS UTILIS

ANNUS UTILIS

annus utilis (an-[schwa]s yoo-t[schwa]-lis). [Latin ¡°a year that can be used¡±] Roman law. A 365-day period during which legal rights could be exercised, not including days when the courts were closed or when a person could not otherwise pursue those rights; a year made up of the available days for conducting legal business. Cf. ANNUS CONTINUUS.
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