actio aestimatoria; actio quanti minoris

actio aestimatoria; actio quanti minoris
/aekshiyow iystamatoriya aekshiyow kwontay manoras/
In the criminal law, two names of an action which lay in behalf of a buyer to reduce the contract price proportionately to the defects of the object, not to cancel the sale; the judex had power, however, to cancel the sale

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Liste der actiones des Römischen Privatrechts — D. 44,7,51 (Celsus libro tertio digestorum) Nihil aliud est actio quam ius quod sibi debeatur, iudicio persequendi. Die actio ist nichts anderes als das Recht, was einem geschuldet wird, gerichtlich durchzusetzen. Das Römische Recht… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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