Comperendinatio Law and Legal Definition
Comperendinatio is a Latin term. It means ‘to remand to te next day but one.’ The term refers to the postponement of a trial to the third day.
Under Roman law, the term ‘comperendinatio’ is used to refer to an adjournment of an action to hear the parties or their advocates for a second time. It is the second hearing of the parties to a case. The case will be decided after the second hearing.