Latin Legal Terms


Delibero – this Latin term literally means to consider or deliberate something. In other words – to think precisely about all of its sides. In practice, the word participates in the legal phrase “de cleric capto per statutum mercatorium deliverando”, applicable in the court procedures. There it refers to a court order for the liberation of a clerk who has previously been captured or put in jail for violation of a merchant statute.
The word participates also in the legal term “de excommunicato deliberando”, which in terms of Criminal Law refers to a writ issued to free a prisoner after a priest has certified the prisoner’s recognition with the church and the local religion. Synonym is “cogito”.

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