Meaning of alio intuitu in English:

alio intuitu

Pronunciation /ˌalɪəʊ ɪnˈtuːɪtjuː/

adverb

(also alio intuito)
Law
  • With another consideration; especially with a motive or intention other than, or in addition to, that professed.

Origin

Late 18th century. From post-classical Latin alio intuitu, literally ‘with another consideration’ from classical Latin aliō, ablative of alius other + intuitū, ablative of intuitus consideration.