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Res perit domino

RES PERIT DOMINO. The thing is lost to the owner. This phrase is used to express that when a thing is lost or destroyed, it is lost to the person who was the owner of it at the time. For example, an article is sold; if the seller have perfected the title of the buyer so that it is his, and it be destroyed, it is the buyer's loss; but if, on the contrary, something remains to be done before the title becomes vested in the buyer, then the loss falls on the seller. See Risk.

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res adjudicata
Res denominator a principaliori parte
Res est misera ubi jus est vagam et invertum
Res gesta
res gestae
Res integra
Res inter alios acta
Res inter alios acta alteri nocere non debet
res ipsa loquitur
res judicata
Res judicata facit ex albo nigrum
Res judicata pro veritate accipitur
Res mancipi
Res nova
Res nullius
Res per pecuniam aestimatur
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Res perit domino suo
res publica
Res universatis
Resail
Resale
Resalgar
Resalute
Resaw
rescale
Rescat
Resceit
Resceit or receit
reschedule
Rescind
Rescindable
Rescindment
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