Latin Legal Terms

Compensatio morae

Compensatio morae – in practice, this term applies in the Law of Contracts. It details a situation where there is non-performance of both the creditor and the debtor. In other words, both parties fall in a pause (i.e. “morae”) where there is mutual non-performance of their contractual obligations per the concluded agreement.

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