Latin Legal Terms

Circumvenio

Circumvenio – literally it means to come around, surround, to beset; within the area of Law of Contracts, this verb means to cheat, defraud (the other party). Usually cheat happens where used unclear and misleading terms and conditions that bring the other party in a dodgy deal.

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