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Per quod consortium et servitium amisti

The Latin phrase “per quod consortium et servitium amisti” translates to “by reason of which you lost consortium and services.” This phrase is commonly used in legal contexts to refer to the right of a spouse to the company, affection, and assistance of their partner. It is particularly relevant in cases of injury or wrongful death, where the loss of services provided by a spouse is implied. Therefore, the phrase indicates that some event or action has led to a loss of companionship, affection, and services that would normally be provided by a spouse.

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