Latin Legal Terms

Attero

Attero - this legal term has two different meanings:
It could mean to destroy, waste, impair. For instance, in the area of Financial Law if a bill of money is destroyed, then it is won’t possible to use it as a payment method.
Another given meaning is to weaken, ruin, rub against, rub away, and erode. For example, during court trials a successful disputing by the defendant of the evidences weakens the submitted claims resp. reduces the chances for winning the claim.

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