Cambium locale

Cambium locale – this legal term comes from Latin. It is used in the Law of Contracts, where refers to a specific type of exchange agreement. Under the term of this agreement one party agrees to invest money in concrete business direction, and expects to receive money with benefit from another business direction in exchange of their primary investment. For example I help John, who is baker, to open a store, but I expect him to pay my money back from the income acquired by the developed candy selling which he runs. Synonyms are “cambium mercantile” and “cambium trajectitium”.

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