Latin Legal Terms

Condico

Condico – this Latin verb means to agree, settle, and make arrangements. In practice, namely in the sphere of Law of Contracts, negotiating parties aim to agree on the clauses of proposed agreement, in order to conclude these and establish voluntary obligatory relations between them, that are pointed towards proper performance of the said contract.
Another alternative meaning applies in the area of Tort Law. There “condico” details the act of submitting a claim for damages (i.e. for pursuing financial compensation for damage or injury) in court.

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