locus contractus (loh-k<<schwa>>s k<<schwa>>n-trak-t<<schwa>>s). [Latin “place of the contract”] The place where a contract was made. Cf. LEX LOCI CONTRACTUS . [Cases: Contracts  144, 145. C.J.S. Conflict of Laws §§ 91–93; Contracts §§ 13–23, 25, 372.]
[Blacks Law 8th]