INFAMIS

INFAMIS

infamis (in-fay-mis), adj. [Latin] Roman law. (Of a person or action) of ill-repute. ? A person was automatically infamis if held liable for certain torts or breaches of fiduciary duty. This type of condemnation carried with it certain disabilities, such as disqualification from office or ineligibility to witness a formal transaction.
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