What is QUIDAM?

Lat. Somebody. This term is used in the French law to designate a person whose name is not known. Quidquid cnim sive dolo et culpa ven- ditoris accidit in eo venditor securus est. For concerning anything which occurs without deceit and wrong on the part of the vendor, the vendor is secure. Brown v. Bellows, 4 Pick. (Mass.) 198.

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