Abbreviatio Placitorum (<<schwa>>-bree-vee-ay-shee-oh plas-i-tor-<<schwa>>m), n.[Law
Latin “summary of the pleas”] Hist. An abstract of pleadings culled from the rolls of the Curia
Regis, Parliament, and common-law courts from the 12th to 14th centuries, compiled in the 17th
century, printed in 1811, and attributed variously to Arthur Agarde, Deputy Chamberlain of the
Exchequer, and to other keepers of the records. Cf. YEAR BOOKS.

[Blacks Law 8th]