Latin Legal Terms


Efficio – this Latin verb literally means to do, to produce (an evidence for the purposes of court trial, for example). It also means to effect, to make / bring about, cause / prove (a crime, for example; this is the goal of the prosecution at court). See also “effectus” and “effero”.
Synonyms of “efficio” are “depromo”, “impetro” and “presto”.

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