acceptilation defined in 1939 year

acceptilation - Acceptilation (Lat. accepti-latio, reckoning a thing as received);
acceptilation - In Roman law, complete legal discharge from all liability. In Scots law it is not necessary that an obligation should be based on valuable consideration, as in English law. In English law, before a contract or obligation is binding there must be consideration - i.e. something to be done or forborne. In Scotland the doctrine of consideration is rejected and an obligation is binding that is undertaken gratuitously and without consideration.

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