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Locus in quo

“Locus in quo” is a Latin term that means “the place in which” in English. This term is commonly used in legal and judicial contexts to refer to the exact location where an event or incident occurred. It is especially important to provide a detailed description of the location in cases of accidents, incidents, or crimes. This information is crucial in legal proceedings, insurance claims, and investigations as it helps establish the facts surrounding a particular event.

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