APOCHA

APOCHA

apocha (ap-[schwa]-k[schwa]).Roman & civil law. A receipt acknowledging payment. ? An apocha discharges only the obligation represented by the payment, in contrast to an acceptilation, which discharges an entire debt. ¡ª Also spelled apoca. Cf. ACCEPTILATION; ANTAPOCHA.
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