Latin Legal Terms

Congruus

Congruus – this Latin term means: agreeable; fittable; suitable. In practice, within the area of Law of Contracts the clauses of agreements for example, are normally to be made to be suitable for the parties who wish conclude the agreement. In other words, the contract should have terms and conditions to be fairly suitable for both parties.

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