What is LIQUERE?

Lat. In the civil law. To be clear, evident, or satisfactory. When a judex was in doubt how to decide a case, he represented to the praetor, under oath, sibi non liquere, (that it was not clear to him,) and was thereupon discharged. Calvin.

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