Latin Legal Terms

Credo

Credo – it means to trust, rely on, and believe to. Basically this term refers to the bridge of trust, established between a lawyer and their client. It forms the legal term “creditor”, which within the sphere of Law of Contracts details the figure of a person, towards whom a debt (usually a sum of money or performance of particular obligation) is owed by the debtor.

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