RE, VERBIS, LITERIS, CONSENSU
re, verbis, literis, consensu (ree, v[schwa]r-bis, lit-[schwa]r-is, k[ schwa]n-sen-s[y]oo). [Latin] Roman law. By the performance (namely, handing over), by words, by writing, by consent. ? The phrase appeared in reference to the four classes of Roman contract.
What is the legal equivalence of RE, VERBIS, LITERIS, CONSENSU in Chinese?
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