Latin Legal Terms

Conspicio

Conspicio – this Latin verb means to catch sight of, perceive, behold, and understand. In the legal practice, people should sign only these contracts which they understand. I.e. where they have a clear idea what they are about to perform according to the terms and conditions of the proposed agreements. Otherwise they should contact an independent lawyer who to examine the agreements and to consult the party about which clauses are in interest of the client, 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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