Latin Legal Terms

Concessi

Concessi – it means “I have granted”. In practice the word applies in the legal term “concessit solvere”, which means “he agreed to pay”. In practice, it is applicable in the sphere of Law of Contracts. The word participates also in the legal term „fine sur concessit”, applicable in the area of Property Law. It refers to a type of fine of real estate. The cognizor grants to the cognizee a usage of the real estate usually for life or for concrete number of years, by way of supposed composition in order to end legal disputes. The cognize does not confirm any precedent right, though.
The word relates to the term “consessio”, which means “a grant”. For example, the phrase “concessum per totam curiam” applicable in the area of Court Trials, means that something has been granted by the court.

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