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ACCEPTILATION

acceptilation  (ak-sep-t<<schwa>>-lay-sh<<schwa>>n),  n.  [fr.  Latin  acceptilatio  “release”]

Roman & civil law. An oral release from an obligation even though payment has not been made in

full;  a  complete  discharge,  esp.  through  a  fictitious  payment.  —  Also  termed  (in  Roman  law) A

acceptilatio. Cf. APOCHA. [Blacks Law 8th]