Latin Legal Terms

Pact de non aliendando

Pact de non aliendando – this legal phrase comes from Latin and in the sphere of Real Estate Law it refers to the right of the mortgagee to start execution procedure against the burdened immovable property, although any subsequent alienation may be existing.

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