CONSUETUDO

CONSUETUDO

consuetudo (kon-sw[schwa]-t[y]oo-doh), n. [Latin ¡°custom¡±]

1. Roman law. Custom; long-established usage or practice.

2. Hist. Customary law. ? Consuetudo generally bears this sense, referring to law that has been long approved by the will of the people. It is a broad term that includes both the common law and the statutory law of England.

3. Hist. A duty or tax.


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