Latin Legal Terms

Ad terminium qui praeteriit

Ad terminium qui praeteriit – this Latin phrase means “for the period that has passed already”. For instance, the Tort Law provides that in damage claims, an interest is to be claimed on the pursued compensation, which amount of interest is calculated for the time passed since the compensation was due/awarded by court.

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