- redhibitory vice
- Same as redhibitory defect.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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redhibitory defect — n in the civil law of Louisiana: a defect that renders a thing useless or so diminishes its usefulness or value that it must be presumed that the buyer would not have bought it or would have paid a lesser price if aware of the defect a seller is… … Law dictionary
vice — A fault, defect, or imperfection. Immoral conduct, practice or habit; e.g. prostitution. As applied to an animal, a bad habit or failing. In the civil law, redhibitory vices are such faults or imperfections in the subject matter of a sale as will … Black's law dictionary
redhibitory action — /rad(h)ibat(a)riy abkshan/ In the civil law, an action for redhibition. An action to avoid a sale on account of some vice or defect in the thing sold, which renders its use impossible, or so inconvenient and imperfect that it must be supposed the … Black's law dictionary
redhibitory defect or vice — /rad(h)ibat(a)riy dafekt/ vays/ In the civil law, a defect in an article sold, for which the seller may be compelled to take it back; a defect against which the seller is bound to warrant. Smith v. Max Thieme Chevrolet Co., Inc., La.App., 315… … Black's law dictionary