What is ITA QUOD?

Lat. In old practice. So that. Formal words iu writs. Ita quod habeas corpus, so that you have the body. 2 Mod. ISO. The name of the stipulation in a submission to arbitration which begins with the words “so as [ita quod] the award be made of and upon the premises.” In old conveyancing. So that. An expression which, when used in a deed, formerly made an estate upon condition. Litt.

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