beneficium excussionis

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beneficium excussionis

  1. (law) benefit of excussion. More properly the beneficium ordinis seu excussionis. A defence, exception or benefit claimed by a debtor that compels the creditor to excuss against another party first.

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Etymology[edit]

bene facio - are: to do well hence a privilege + excutio - excutere: to throw off hence to reject

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beneficium excussionis

  1. See English definition above.