What does ANTIQUA CUSTUMA mean?

ANTIQUA CUSTUMA meaning in Law Dictionary

In English legislation. Ancient customized. An export duty on wool, woolfelts, and leather-based, enforced during the reign of Edw. We. It absolutely was so-called by means of difference from a heightened task on the same articles, payable by foreign merchants, that was imposed at a later period of equivalent reign and was called "custuma nova." 1 Bl. Comm. 314.