Latin Legal Terms


Valeo – this Latin word means to be strong, have power and be well. In practice, the word is used in the legal maxim “Quid turpi ex causa promissum est non valet”, applicable in the area of Law of Contracts. It means that an obligation based on immoral consideration, should not be considered binding the parties.

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