Latin Legal Terms

Commodum

Commodum – it refers to a suitable profit, convenience, interest. It is formed from the word “commodo”, which means to make fit, adapt, please, oblige, serve. The word participates in the legal motto “Qui obstruit aditum, destruit commodum”, which is used in the area of Real Estate Law. It states that a person, who is preventing another person from entering a concrete plot, demolishes the benefit/profit which the person obstructed was legally entitled to get; and respectively his behavior should be subject of damage claim.

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