quid pro quo/ˌkwid ˌprō ˈkwō/noun
- a favor or advantage granted or expected in return for something.”the pardon was a quid pro quo for their help in releasing hostages”
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What is the legal definition of quid pro quo?
In common law, quid pro quo indicates that an item or a service has been traded in return for something of value, usually when the propriety or equity of the transaction is in question. A contract must involve consideration: that is, the exchange of something of value for something else of value.