Latin Legal Terms

Cunctor

Cunctor - this Latin verb means to delay, impede; hold up. In practice, if any party which has concluded the contract believes that their interests may be harmed with its further performance, then this party intentionally or not delays performance of their obligations; although this may be punishable behavior and lead to penalties for delay. The origin of the term is the word “cunctatio”, which literally means “delay”.

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