Latin Legal Terms

Laesio

Laesio – this Latin term means rhetorical attack / wounding. The word relates to the legal phrase “laesie ultra dimidim vel enormi” which in terms of Law of contracts, applies to details the damages occurred to a party suffering from non-performed agreement. For instance, this could be a seller of real estate, who has not received the sale price.

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