FICTA TRADITIO

FICTA TRADITIO

ficta traditio (fik-t[schwa] tr[schwa]-dish-ee-oh). [Latin] Scots law. A fictitious delivery. ? The phrase invoked the rule that if the parties so intended, an item could be treated as having been delivered to a buyer in possession of it without the need for physical transfer. ¡ª Also termed fictio brevis manus.
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