MUTUI DATIO

MUTUI DATIO

mutui datio (myoo-choo-Iday-shee-oh). [Latin] Roman law. The lending of objects that could be weighed, measured, or counted (such as bullion, corn, wine, oil, and coined money), on the understanding that the borrower would repay by restoring an equal amount of the object borrowed. See MUTUUM(2).
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