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AD TERMINUM QUI PRAETERIIT

ad terminum qui praeteriit (ad t<<schwa>>r-m<<schwa>>-n<<schwa>>m kwI pri-ter-ee-it).

[Law Latin “for a term which has passed”] A writ of entry to recover land leased out to a holdover

tenant. — Also termed entry ad terminum qui praeteriit. [Blacks Law 8th]