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Locatio rei

LOCATIO REI, contracts. A term used in the civil law, which signifies the hiring of a thing. It is a contract by which one of the parties obligates himself to, give to the other the use and enjoyment, of a certain thing for a period of time agreed upon between them, and in consideration of a price which the latter binds himself to pay in return. Poth. Contr. de Louage, n. l. See Bailment; Hire; Hirer; Letter.

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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
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Location
Locative
locative role
Locator
Locellate
Loch
Loch Achray
Loch Linnhe
Loch Ness
Loch Ness monster
Lochaber ax
Lochage
Lochan
Loche
Lochia
Lochial
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