Beneficio cedendarum actionum

Beneficio cedendarum actionum – this phrase comes from Latin. It is used to detail the request, forwarded to the creditor by the co-debtor (the surety, who secures their debt). Where, in order to pay back the whole debt, the co-debtor requests from the creditor to transfer to him all claims he has had against the main debtor (in spite of submitting a reverse claim against the main debtor on a later stage).

Posted in: B