Latin Legal Terms

Dimitto

Dimitto – this Latin verb literally means to dismiss, let go, leave, abandon. There are many examples where a legal right may be abandoned by the party which should execute it. In the legal practice, the word participates in the legal phrase “dimisi, concessi, et ad firmam tradidi”, which translates as “I have demised, granted, and to farm let”.

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