Latin Legal Terms


Comparo – this Latin verb means to compare (for example, offers presented to you). The term is formed from “compare”, which literally means “equal to another”. It is used in the legal term “comparatio literarum”, which means “comparison of writings”. It is used in Copyright Law, where details technical examination of handwritten documents, in order to find out the real author and the copier.

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