PROPTER REM IPSAM NON HABITAM
propter rem ipsam non habitam (prop-t[schwa]r rem ip-s[schwa]m non hab-[ schwa]-t[schwa]m). [Law Latin] Hist. On account of not having had possession of the thing itself. ? The phrase appeared in reference to damages suffered by a party who failed to receive a thing for which the party had contracted.
How do Chinese legal professionals usually express the term PROPTER REM IPSAM NON HABITAM?
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