REMANENT PRO DEFECTU EMPTORUM

REMANENT PRO DEFECTU EMPTORUM

remanent pro defectu emptorum (rem-[schwa]-n[schwa]nt proh di-fek-t[y]oo emp-tor-[schwa]m). [Latin] Hist. Remains unsold for want of buyers. ? This language was used in a return of a writ of execution when the sheriff could not sell the seized property. [Cases: Execution 334. C.J.S. Executions ¡ì¡ì 324¨C325.]
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