Definition of novatio
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LNS
novātiō, novātiōnis
novo
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. a renewing, renovation
  2. a renewal or change of a bond or other evidence of debt
Abbreviations
novātio, ōnis, f. novo, a renewing, renovation (post-class.). Lit., Tert. adv. Marc. 4, 1: pudendorum, i. e. shaving, Arn. 5, 182.

— Transf., a renewal or change of a bond or other evidence of debt: novatio est prioris debiti in aliam obligationem ... transfusio atque translatio, Dig. 46, 2, 1; cf. the whole title: de novationibus et delegationibus, ib. 46, 2; 34, 3, 31; 33, 1, 21; debts and obligations were transferred only by novatio, Gai. Inst. 2, 38 sq.; 3, 176.
 
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