Latin Legal Terms

De integro

De integro – literally it means “starts it again”, “for a second time”. In practice, usually in the court pleadings, in cases where the court considers the plea as unclear, or related to matters that are not subject of the particular lawsuit, then it could be ordered to the pleader to submit the plea again, for a second time (making the necessary amendments in it). If done by the plaintiff, then the procedure will be considered within the deadlines allowing it to be heard by the 2nd instance court.

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