Latin Legal Terms

Commodus

Commodus – this Latin term means convenient one, comfort one, desirable, agreeable. The origin of this term is the word “commodo”, which means to make fit, adapt, please, oblige, serve. In the legal practice, the pretended penalties for delay, in situations where awarded in full amount by the court in full amount, obviously are convenient for the plaintiff since he asked for these.

Popular Posts



Bear that none of the listings on this dictionary and its explanations does not represent legal advice, and should not be considered applicable to any individual case or legal suit. All the definitions and interpretations have been stipulated with a theoretical purpose only to deliver more concrete information to the visitor of the website about the term or phrase itself.