Latin Legal Terms


Adnuo - it means not to give your approval or assent. For instance, in the area of Law of Contracts, an agreement cannot be concluded and produce legal force, if there is no concrete approval given by the party (called “the acceptor”), to which the offer has been forwarded (by the party called “the proposing party”). In other words, both parties have to give their clear consent about all the terms and conditions of the agreement, so it can be concluded and enter in legal force.

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