Latin Legal Terms

Constringo

Constringo – this Latin verb literally means to bind, confine, restrain. In practice, it applies in the sphere of Law of Contracts, where a signed and valid contract binds the parties with its terms and conditions. Synonyms are “cogo” and “cohibeo”.

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