restitutio in integrum love

restitutio in integrum


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In Roman law, a restoration to the previous condition, effected by the pretor for equitable causes, on the prayer of an injured party, by annulling a transaction valid by the strict law, or annulling a change in the legal condition produced by an omission, and restoring the parties to their previous legal relations.


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