Quaeitur – this legal term comes from Latin. It is used in the area of court procedures, where details that a disputable question is raised (before court).

Quadromonium – this term comes from Latin and it is used in the area of Property Law. It details a building that consists of four equal in size apartments, following the provisions of condominium law. 

Quo warranto – the term comes from Latin and refers to a special legal process, initiated to stop a person or organization from doing something for which it may not have the legal authority, by demanding to know by what…

Quorum – this legal term sets the number of people who must be present at a meeting before a valid decision could be taken – i.e. this is the legal minimum of participants, needed for taking valid decisions. Many public…

Quid pro quo – the term comes from Latin and means: something for something. The giving of something in exchange for another thing of equal value, where in the sphere of Law of Contracts it should be considered as “mutual…

Quick assets – within the area of Finance Law, this term describes the current financial assets, the current amount of cash money available for performance of direct business transactions.

Quayage – in the area of Tax Law this term refers to a fee paid on key dock for loading or unloading goods there (i.e. for temporary stay of a transporting vessel in harbor). A synonym is “wharfage”.