Latin Legal Terms

Emera gratia

Emera gratia – this Latin term literally means “of mere favor”. The term origins from the words “emera” and “gratia” (grace, thankfulness). It usually details an act, done by the good will of a person, without pursuing any personal benefits or reward. Emeria gratia are all actions done in charity, and to help others or in favor of the society. For example, when you finance on your own the construction of a hospital in a distant area, where it could be of great help for the locals.

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