Et Sic De Anno In Annum Quamdiu Ambobus Partibus Placuerit Law and Legal Definition

Et de anno in annum quamdiu ambobus partibus placuerit, is a Latin phrase that means “and so, from year to year, so long as both parties please, or are agreed.” This phrase appeared in reference to tacit relocation, which is an implied or constructive renewal of a lease when the landlord and tenant have failed to indicate their intention to have the lease terminated at the end of the original term.