REBUS INTEGRIS

REBUS INTEGRIS

rebus integris (ree-b[schwa]s in-t[schwa]-gris). [Latin] Scots law. Matters being complete; no performance having taken place. ? For example, a contract could be rescinded if nothing had been done toward performance.
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