UBI DIES CESSIT, LICET NONDUM VENERIT
ubi dies cessit, licet nondum venerit (yoo-bIdI-eez ses-it, lI-set non-d[ schwa]m v[schwa]-neer-it). [Latin] Hist. In the case where the time has arrived at which money is due, although that time has not arrived at which it may be exacted. See DEBITUM IN DIEM.
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