Latin Legal Terms

Rationabili

Rationabili – it means: Reasonable one. In practice, the word participates in the legal maxim “consuetudo ex certa causa rationabili usitata privat communem legem”, which provises for a custom, that has been established on certain and reasonable bases, to sustitute the provisions of the common law.’

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