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Locus sigilli

“Locus sigilli” is a Latin phrase that translates to “place of the seal” in English. It refers to the specific area on a document or contract where a seal should be affixed to authenticate or validate the document. In historical legal and formal contexts, seals were often used as a form of signature or official confirmation, and “locus sigilli” indicated where the seal should be placed.

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