(Otherwise spelled “Coustumier” or “Coutumier.”) In old French law. A collection of customs, unwritten laws, and forms of procedure. Two such volumes are of especial importance in juridical history, viz., the Grand Coustumier dc Kormandie, and the Coutumier de France or Grand Coutumier.

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