LEX PRAETORIA

LEX PRAETORIA

lex praetoria (leks pri- or pree-tor-ee-[schwa]). [Latin ¡°praetorian law¡±]

1. Roman law. Law laid down in the praetor’s edict. Cf. JUS PRAETORIUM.

2. Hist. The applicable rules in a court of equity.


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