modus definition

  • noun:
    • The arrangement of, or mode of articulating, the regards to a contract or conveyance.
    • A qualification concerning the notion of difference or deviation from some general rule or form, in the way of either limitation or enlargement, based on the circumstances of case, like in the might of a donor, an agreement between functions, and stuff like that.
    • a hard and fast compensation or equivalent offered rather than payment of tithes in type, indicated entirely by the phrase modus decimandi.
    • fashion; mode: identical to mode.
    • In Roman and civil law, and very early English legislation, the way in which or qualifying terms of something special or personality of home.

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