Latin Legal Terms

Considero

Considero – it means to look at, consider. When people are being offered to sign a contract, they should carefully look at it and consider what they are about to perform. If they are not sure what to do, they should first contact a lawyer, who to examine the agreement and to advise them on its terms and conditions; namely to consult them which clauses are in their interests, and which are not.
* It is always better to consult with a lawyer before signing a contract; lawyers are qualified to advise you on clauses (terms and conditions) of proposed to you contracts, where needed to re-negotiate these and to guide you what is the best path for protection of your legal and financial interests on the matter.

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