Latin Legal Terms

Actus me invite factus non est meus actus

Actus me invite factus non est meus actus – this legal maxim in Latin means the act done by me against my own will is not my act. In simple words, in terms of Law of Contracts it details the legal possibility to claim the invalidity of these acts, done against the free will of a person. For example this would be if someone pushes to you with illegal methods against your will to sign a contract, which does not benefit yourself but only this person.

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