Definition of contra proferentem in English:

contra proferentem

Line breaks: con¦tra prof|er¦entem
Pronunciation: /ˌkɒntrə prɒfəˈrɛntɛm/

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adverb

Law
  • (Of the interpretation of an ambiguous contract) against the party which proposed or drafted the contract or clause.

Origin

Latin, 'against (the person) mentioning'.

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