lex loci contractus

Definition of "lex loci contractus"
  1. Refers to the law governing the location where a contract is formed or expected to be fulfilled
How to use "lex loci contractus" in a sentence
  1. In the case of dispute, the lex loci contractus was applied to settle the issues.
  2. Before signing the agreement, they reviewed the lex loci contractus to understand their legal obligations.
  3. Due to its international nature, the deal was heavily influenced by the lex loci contractus.

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