aquae immittendae


aquae immittendae
/aekwiy imatendiy/
A civil law easement or servitude, consisting in the right of one whose house is surrounded with other buildings to cast waste water upon the adjacent roofs or yards. Similar to the common law easement of drip

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • aquae immittendae — Easement of dripping water …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • aquae immittendae — ˌiməˈtenˌdē, ˌdī see aqua noun plural but singular in construction Etymology: Latin, waters to be thrown out : the right in law to throw water from one s windows on a neighbor s buildings or soil …   Useful english dictionary


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