In the future.
In futoro refers to things to come, or things that may occur later but are not so now.
In futoto refers to that is yet to be; pertaining to a time after the present,” from Old French futur “future, to come” (13c.), from Latin futurus “going to be, yet to be,” as a noun, “the future,” irregular suppletive future participle of esse “to be,” from PIE root.
Debts which become due and payable in the future.
A learned Standing Council in the case of Dwarika Prasad v. State of Bihar & Ors., contended that the expression “is being proceeded against departmentally” postulated not only in present, but also proceedings in futoro.
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 Dwarika Prasad v. State of Bihar & Ors, 1975 AIR 134,