RES PUBLICAE

RES PUBLICAE

res publicae (rays p[schwa]b-li-see), n. pl.[Latin ¡°public things¡±] Roman & civil law. Things that cannot be individually owned because they belong to the public, such as the sea, navigable waters, and highways. ? Public things are owned by the state and its political subdivisions in their capacity as public persons. La. Civ. Code art. 449.
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