Et Sic Law and Legal Definition

Et Sic is a Latin word which means “and so”. This was used in Latin forms of pleading as introductory words of a special conclusion to a plea in bar intending to render the plea positive and not argumentative. For example, Et sic ad judicium means “and so to judgment”; et sic ad patriam means “and so to the country.” This phrase was used in the Year Books to record an issue to the country.