In Roman law. A decree of the praetor by means of which, in certain cases determined by the edict, be himself directly commanded what should be done or omitted, particularly iu causes involving the right of possession or a quasi possession. In the modern civil law, Interdicts are regarded precisely the same as actions, though they give rise to a summary proceeding. Mackeld. Rom. Law,
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