What is VETERA STATUTA?

Lat. Ancient statutes. Tbe English statutes from Mui/ua Charta to the end of the reign of Edward II. are so called; those from the beginning of the reign of Edward III. being contradistinguished by the appellation of “Xova Statuta.” 2 Reeve, Eng. Law, 85.

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