Latin Legal Terms


Detego – this Latin verb means to uncover, lay bare, disclose. Within the area of Law of Contracts, where guarantees made by the parties are uncovered, then it is obviously that the performance of the contract may become questionable and risky. For example if you conclude a private purchase contract for buying off-plan apartment, and the develop makes uncovered promises and gives uncovered guarantees, then it is obvious they won’t complete the apartment so your investment is seriously risked. Synonyms of “detego” are “aperio” and “indico”.
* Bear it is always advisable to consult with independent property lawyer before you sign private purchase contract for purchasing off-plan real estates. Lawyers are educated and they know the Law, so they should protect your legal and financial interests.

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