Definition of IMIPLICATA


IMIPLICATA

mar. law. In order to avoid the risk of making
fruitless voyages, merchants have been in the habit of receiving
small adventures on freight at so much per cent, to which they are
entitled at all events, even if the adventure be lost. This is what
the Italians call implicata. Targa, chap. 34 Emer. Mar. Loans, s.
5.

Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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