praescriptis verbis (pri-skrip-tis v[schwa]r-bis). [Latin ¡°in the words before written¡±]

1. Roman law. An action on a bilateral agreement under which one party had performed and required the other to perform in turn.

2. Roman law. The grounds given for the existence of a contract that falls into the class later described as innominate. ? Innominate contracts were developed and recognized late in classical law. See innominate contract under CONTRACT.

3. Hist. (Of a clause) restricted in scope by introductory words ¡ª esp., in a pleading, words defining the issue.

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