Ex nunc

Ex nunc

Ex nunc ist lateinisch für von jetzt an. Häufig verwendet wird der Begriff im Juristenlatein, um zu kennzeichnen, dass ein Ereignis nur Wirkung für die Zukunft hat, nicht für die Vergangenheit.

Das Gegenteil ist ex tunc. Ähnliche Wortbildungen sind ex ante (aus früherer Sicht) und ex post (im Nachhinein).


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