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VETITUM NAMIUM Definition & Legal Meaning

Definition & Citations:

L. Lat Where the bailiff of a lord distrains beasts or goods of another, and the lord forbids the bailiff to deliver them when the sheriff comes to make replevin, the owner of the cattle may demand satisfaction in placitum de vetito namio. 2 Inst 140; 2 BL Comm. 148. VETO 1205 VICAR


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