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condictio (s) (noun), condictiones (pl)
From Roman Law, a formal claim for something; therefore, an action against a person originally for a certain sum of money, and later for anything definite and certain other than for money: The term condictio evolved into being something about an obligation, as distinguished from a claim of ownership.

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