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Locatio operis

LOCATIO OPERIS, contracts. A term used in the civil law, to signify the hiring of labor and services. It is a contract by which one of the parties gives a certain work to be performed by the other, who binds himself to do it for the price agreed between them, which he who gives the work to be done promises to pay to the other for doing it. Poth. Louage, n. 392. This is divided into two branches, first, Locatio operis faciendi; and, secondly, Locatio mercium vehendarum. See these words.

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Locality
Localization
localization of function
localization principle
Localize
localized
Locally
locals
LocalTalk
Locate
located
locater
locating
Locatio
Locatio conductio
Locatio mercium vehendarum
-- Locatio operis --
Locatio operis faciendi
Locatio rei
Location
Locative
locative role
Locator
Locellate
Loch
Loch Achray
Loch Linnhe
Loch Ness
Loch Ness monster
Lochaber ax
Lochage
Lochan
Loche
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