What is DECEMVIRI LITIBUS JUDICANDIS?

Lat. In tlie Roman law. Ten persons (five senators and five cquitcs) who acted as the
council or assistants of the praetor, when he decided on matters of law. Ilallifax, Civil
Law, b. 3, c. 8. According to others, they were themselves judges. Calvin.

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