adjudicatio.Roman law. A part of a formula in a partition action by which the judge assigned

the parties real rights in their shares; specif., a part of a formula (i.e., the praetor’s statement of an

issue for a judex) directing the judex to apportion property in a divisory action. • Adjudicatio was

used to apportion property in divisory actions such as actio de communi dividundo, actio familiae

erciscundae,  and  actio  finium  regundorum.  It  was  not  part  of  the  formula  in  any  other  type  of

action. See FORMULA(1). [Blacks Law 8th]