LEX AEBUTIA

LEX AEBUTIA

lex Aebutia (leks i-byoo-shee-[schwa]). [Latin] Roman law. A statute that introduced simplified forms of pleading and procedure. ? This was probably enacted in the later part of the second century B.C. See lex Julia judiciorum publicorum under LEX JULIA.
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