Latin Legal Terms

Deinde

Deinde – this Latin word means next, then, thereafter, from that place. For example, in the Law of Contracts, parties may first sign a contract for building and completing a house. Then, from that place, they may arrange transfer of ownership (title) of that house (because before the house is completed, it does not exist as individual subject of the Property Law).

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