Latin Legal Terms

Agere

Agere – this Latin word means legal act, doing, performing (a legal action). It relates to the following legal phrases:
- “age quod agis” that means “do what you are doing, because you are inspired”.
- “agere sequitur credere” that means “activity follows belief”. The role of this legal expression is to show that the understanding by person that his legal rights have been harmed, respectively that he needs legal protection, lead to submitting the related application or claim at the Authorities.

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