Latin Legal Terms

Demonstro

Demonstro – this Latin word means to indicate, to explain (something to others). This word forms the term “demonstration” which literally means “demonstration”. In practice, it participates in the legal maxim “falsa demonstratio non nocet cum de corpore constat”, applicable in the area of Law of Contracts. There it applies to improve obvious mistakes, providing that if a false or unclear description is present in a contract, then this contract can not be void if the intentions of the parties are clear enough. For example, you should not be allowed to claim termination of a contract, just because few non-important words have been spelled incorrectly.

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