What is prout patet per recordum?
prout patet per recordum is one of Latin legal terms, literally translated to ‘as appears in the record’. Definition and use: Used to cite something that has already been admitted into the record. It was frequently used in pleadings, generally abbreviated “prout &c.”, to indicate that a fact was supported by documentary evidence. Failure to use this phrase correctly could be a fatal defect and so cause a case to fail.