Latin Legal Terms


Do or “dare” – within the meaning, given by the Property Law, “dare” means to give, to offer or to convey (a title or real estate). In practice, the word participates in the legal phrase “do ut facias”, which means “i give that you may do”. It applies in the area of Law of contracts where details a situation in which I perform my obligations so you have to perform yours.

Popular Posts

Bear that none of the listings on this dictionary and its explanations does not represent legal advice, and should not be considered applicable to any individual case or legal suit. All the definitions and interpretations have been stipulated with a theoretical purpose only to deliver more concrete information to the visitor of the website about the term or phrase itself.