ad terminum qui preterit

ad terminum qui preterit
/aed tarmanam kway pretarat/ For a term which has passed. Words in the Latin form of the writ of entry employed at common law to recover, on behalf of a landlord, possession of premises from a tenant holding over after the expiration of the term for which they were demised

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • ad terminum qui preterit — /aed tarmanam kway pretarat/ For a term which has passed. Words in the Latin form of the writ of entry employed at common law to recover, on behalf of a landlord, possession of premises from a tenant holding over after the expiration of the term… …   Black's law dictionary

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