Latin Legal Terms

Oblittero

Oblittero – it means to cancel, to blot out. In the legal practice, the word participates in the legal term “obiter dictum”, which is used in the area of Court Trials. It details an remark or comment made by the judge, that some legal point does not relate to the pending lawsuit, so he will not decide on it.

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