DO, DICO, ADDICO

Definition of DO, DICO, ADDICO in Black's Law Dictionary 4th Edition – Legal dictionary – Glossary of legal terms.

Definition of DO, DICO, ADDICO

Lat. I give, I say, I adjudge. Three words used in the Roman law, to express the extent of the civil jurisdiction of the praetor. Do denoted that he gave or granted actions, exceptions, and judices; dico, that he pronounced judgment; addico, that he adjudged the controverted property, or the goods of the debtor, etc., to the plaintiff. Mackeld. Rom. Law, § 39.

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