What is Domus Procerum?

Legal Definition
The house of lords, abbreviated into Bom. Proc., or D. P.Domus sna cuique est tutissimum refugium. To every man his own house is hissafest refuge. 5 Coke, 916; 11 Coke, 82; 8 Inst. 162. The house of every one is to himas his castle and fortress, as well for his defense against injury and violence as for hisrepose. 5 Coke, 916; Say. 227; Broom, Max. 432. A man's dwelling-house is his castle,not for his own personal protection merely, but also for the protection of his family andhis property therein. Curtis v. Hubbard, 4 Hill (N. Y.) 437.Domus tutissimum cuique refugium atque receptaculum sit. A man's house shouldbe his safest refuge and shelter. A maxim of the Roman law. Dig. 2, 4, 18.Dona clandestina sunt semper suspiciosa. 3 Coke, 81. Clandestine gifts are always suspicious.Donari videtur, quod nullo jure cogente conceditux. Dig. 50, 17, 82. A thing is saidto be given when It Is yielded otherwise than by virtue of right.
Legal Definition
The House of Lords.
-- Ballentine's Law Dictionary