Locus in quo
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In law, locus in quo refers to "the place where the cause of action arose", that is, the land to which the defendant trespassed. It may also be used, more generally, as any place mentioned, that is, the venue or place mentioned.
- Latin phrases site.
- Merriam-Webster dictionary.
- Legal phrase web page. (Technically, it was called Trespass quare clausum fregit, "Wherefore he broke the close.")
- Bartleby's, citing E. Cobham Brewer, Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (1898).
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