propter defectum

Definition of "propter defectum"
  1. This term refers to situations where an issue arises due to a flaw, such as in a person's place of residence or in a relationship
How to use "propter defectum" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer stated that the contract could not be enforced propter defectum, as the tenant was underage at the time of signing.
  2. The court declared the will invalid propter defectum, because the testator and the witness were closely related.
  3. The claim for damages was denied propter defectum because the plaintiff's residence was not in the jurisdiction of the court.

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