09 Jun

quid pro quo

Black’s Law 8th Edition: quid pro quo (kwid proh kwoh), n.[Latin “something for something”] An action or thing that is exchanged for another action or thing of more or less equal value; a substitute <the discount was given as a quid pro quo for the extra business>. See RECIPROCITY(2). Cf. CONSIDERATION. [Cases: Contracts 50. C.J.S. Contracts § 87.]

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