A legal phrase applied to acts which are allowed after the time when they should be done, with a retroactive effect.
Used when an order is issued on one date but is effective retroactively; from the Latin for "now for then."
A latin phrase which means "now for then".Â AÂ phrase that is applied to an act or acts that are allowed to be done after the time when they should or should have been done, with the effect of a retroactive date.Â A court may entere an order now for something actually previously done and cause it or allow it to have effect on the former date.
quotNow for then" a tardy act made retroactive to take effect as of the time it should have been done. Home | Who We Are | Title Insurance | Top of Terminology | Order Sheet | Premium Calculator | Closing Fees | SecurWest | Local Links | Contact Us Security Title Company of Montana 600 South 19th Avenue Bozeman, MT 59718