arresto facto super bonis mercatorum alienigenorum

/ahrestow faektow s(y)uwpar bownas markatoram aeliyiynajanoram/
In old English law, a writ against the goods of aliens found within this kingdom, in recompense of goods taken from a denizen in a foreign country, after denial of restitution. The ancient civilians called it "clarigatio," but by the moderns it is termed "reprisalia."

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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