Definition of RECTUS IN CURIA


RECTUS IN CURIA

Right in court. One who stands at the bar, and
no one objects any offence, or prefers any charge against him.


2. When a person outlawed has reversed his outlawry, so that he can have
the benefit of the law, he is said to be rectus in curia. Jacob, L. D. h.
t.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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