Latin Legal Terms


Casso – this Latin term means: to destroy, to make void. In practice, it relates to the legal term “Cassetur billa”, used in the area of Court Proceedings, where it details a judgment sustaining a plea in abatement. This cannot be avoided. It is a statement that terminates (ends) the court proceeding. A synonym is “quod billa cassetur” that has similar meaning.

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