VIDI SCIVI ET AUDIVI

VIDI SCIVI ET AUDIVI

Vidi scivi et audivi (vI-dIsI-vI et aw-dI-vI). Hist. I saw, knew, and heard. ? This was formerly an essential part of the notary’s docket attached to the end of an instrument of seisin, by which the notary claimed to have been personally present on the ground when seisin was given and thus to have known the facts to be true by having heard the words spoken and seen the acts done.
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