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- n. An act of revindicating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of revindicating, or demanding the restoration of anything taken away or retained illegally.
- n. Specifically, the recovery by the seller of goods sold and delivered but not paid for. They must be unchanged and separable from the buyer's stock. This was a right under Roman law and in continental Europe, though now modified.
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