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lex loci contractus

noun lex lo·ci con·trac·tus \-ˈlō-ˌsī-kən-ˈtrak-təs, -ˈlō-kē-kȯn-ˈträk-tu̇s\

Legal Definition of lex loci contractus

  1. :  the law of the place where a contract was made or to be performed

Origin and Etymology of lex loci contractus

New Latin, law of the place of the contract

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