MORA, In civil law. This term, in morÉ, is used to denote that a party to a contract, who is obliged to do anything, has neglected to perform it, and is in default. Story on Bailm. 123, 259; Jones on Bailm. 70; Poth. PrÇt a Usage, c. 2, 2, art. 2, n. 60; EncyclopÇdie, mot Demeure; Broderode, mot MorÉ.
MORA, estates. A moor, barren or unprofitable ground; marsh; a heath. 1 Inst. 5; Fleta, lib. 2, c. 71.