Legal Verse Or Potter Curse?

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Legal Verse Or Potter Curse?

Ever Get Confused With Legal Jargon? The Contract Doctor has been put to the test deciphering some of the words we come across. Will it be a legal verse? or will it be a Potter curse?

Legal Verse Or Potter Curse?

The Contract Doctor makes sure you understand your legal contracts by explaining your legal contracts in layman’s terms (Sometimes more than once if required).

We know how easy it is to get confused with legal jargon, having to understand every part of your terms and conditions or communicate the conditions of your shareholders’ agreement.

What does “Mutatis Mutandis” mean?

Mutatis Mutandis is a legal verse used when comparing two or more cases or situations, making necessary alterations while not affecting the main point at issue.

What does “Caveat Emptor” mean?

Caveat Emptor is a legal verse which means “May the buyer beware”

What does “Ab Initio” mean?

Ab Initio is a legal verse which means a contract or document is void right from the beginning.

If you need help with legal jargon or need your contracts explained in layman’s terms, feel free to get in touch and myself or one of the team can help.