What is TOUT TEMPS PRIST?

L. Fr. Always ready. The emphatic words of the old plea of tender; tbe defendant alleging that he has always been ready, and still is ready, to dis- charge the debt. 3 Bl. Comm. 303; 2 Salk. 022.

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