Latin Legal Terms

Ad utrumque paratus

Ad utrumque paratus – this Latin term is used to detail that a person is prepared for either alternative. For example, claimants who submit civil claims for damages, often point alternative pretentions. I.e. they are prepared for either alternative path which the initiated lawsuit may take.

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