Brevitatis causa – this legal term comes from Latin. It translates as “for the sake of brevity”. It is formed from the words “brevitatis”, that literally means “brevity” or “shortnes”, and “causa”, which literally means “a cause”. In the legal practice, this Latin phrase finds application in the Court procedures. There it refers to important documents, which are related to the lawsuit, but due to one or another reason have not been attached to the file; or only been mentioned in the file of the suit. Usually this is done to prevent from printing these documents (or part of their content) again unnecessary.