- pro tanto
Latin phrase meaning for so much or as far as it will go (SA-Bankruptcy.com)
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pro tanto — pro tan·to /prō tan tō, tän / adv or adj [Late Latin]: for so much: to a certain extent the obligation is pro tanto discharged Uniform Commercial Code entered into a pro tanto release pending the appeal Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law.… … Law dictionary
pro tanto — prōˈtan.(ˌ)tō Etymology: Late Latin : for so much : to a certain extent * * * pro tanto see pro 9 … Useful english dictionary
pro tanto — лат. (про танто) соответственно. Толковый словарь иностранных слов Л. П. Крысина. М: Русский язык, 1998 … Словарь иностранных слов русского языка
pro tanto — Latin, lit. for so much; to such an extent … Etymology dictionary
Pro-Tanto — A Latin phrase meaning for so much which is often associated with a partial payment on a legal claim. A pro tanto payment or settlement does not mean that an entire obligation has been met, but may provide the party paying the claim to avoid more … Investment dictionary
pro tanto — adverb Only to that extent … Wiktionary
pro tanto — See prima facie … Philosophy dictionary
pro tanto — [prəʊ tantəʊ] adjective & adverb to such an extent. Origin L., lit. for so much … English new terms dictionary
pro tanto — /prow taentow/ For so much; for as much as may be; as far as it goes. Partial payment made on a claim. Commonly used in eminent domain cases to describe a partial payment made for the taking by the government without prejudice to the right of the … Black's law dictionary
pro tanto — For so much; for as far as it goes; to such an extent … Ballentine's law dictionary