QUANTI MINORIS

QUANTI MINORIS

quanti minoris (kwon-tI mi-nor-is). [Latin ¡°how much less¡±] Civil law. An action brought by a purchaser of an article to reduce the purchase price due to the article’s defects. [Cases: Sales 188; Vendor and Purchaser 174, 334(1). C.J.S. Sales ¡ì 209; Vendor and Purchaser ¡ì¡ì 431, 640, 642¨C644, 648.]
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