Duhaime's Law Dictionary


Furtum Definition:

Latin: theft or a thing stolen..

The thing that was stolen; the object stolen - or the act of theft.

In Roman law, furtum was one of the traditional species of a quasi-delict (negligence being one of the others).

Howe wrote:

Furtum covered the unlawfully taking of the property of another.”

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