Pactum constitutae pecuniae

Pactum constitutae pecuniae – this is legal phrase coming from Latin, which means “a contract for concrete amount” and usually is used in the Law of Contracts area, where refers to the reached agreement between the creditor and the debtor (or another person who wishes to cover the debt) that the debt shall be paid back towards the creditor on a certain, concrete date.

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