On the weekends, it only seems appropriate to feature some of the more interesting of the legal words. I can assure you there are many. These are words that are no longer in use in the English language (or, in some cases, never were), or words that are only used in contracts. Most of these words are even being phased out of use in contracts.
This way, we can have little legal fun on the weekends. These words are for fun. Now, you will know what they mean if someone uses it in conversation.
A word so archaic (or made up) the Legal Dictionary does not define it. Presumably, the opposite of “Hereunder“.
Lawyers are known to invent words almost as often as William Shakespeare. Sometimes, these words are combinations of other words. This is one example. Used in a contract to incorporate certain terms that came earlier in the contract. “Hereinabove” is a word that should never be used. Even in archaic legal parlance, this is out there. At a minimum, this should be a hyphenated word (“herein-above”) that gives a more specific direction than simply using “herein“.
However you define it, there are much better ways to get your point across.