Aedilitum edictum

Aedilitum edictum
/iydilatam iydiktam/
In the Roman law, the Aedilitian Edict. An edict providing remedies for frauds in sales, the execution of which belonged to the curule aediles. That provision by which the buyer of a diseased or imperfect slave, horse, or other animal was relieved at the expense of the vendor who had sold him as sound knowing him to be imperfect.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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