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By law; by right; in right; as, jure civilis, by the civil law; jure gentium, by the law of nations; jure representationis, by right... more
Signifies used in courts of law; done in conformity to the laws of the country, and the practice which is there observed.... more
Dies juridici. Days in court on which the law is administered.... more
JURIS ET DE JURE.
A phrase employed to denote conclusive presumptions of law, which cannot be rebutted by evidence. The words signify of law and from law. Best... more
One well versed in jurisprudence; a jurist: one whose profession it is to give counsel on questions of law.... more
Practice. A power constitutionally conferred upon a judge or magistrate, to take cognizance of, and decide causes according to law, and to carry his... more
That part of a bill in chancery which is intended to give jnrisdiction of the suit to, the court, by a general averment that... more
The science of the law. By science here, is understood that connexion of truths which is founded on principles either evident in themselves, or capable... more
One well versed in the science of the law. The term i s usually applied to students and practitioners of law.... more
practice. From juro, to swear; a man who is sworn or affirmed to serve on a jury. 2. Jurors are selected from citizens, and may... more
A body of men selected according to law, for the purpose of deciding some controversy. 2. This mode of trial by jury was adopted soon... more
A place set apart for the jury to sit in during the trial of a cause.... more
A paper containing the names of jurors impanneled to try a cause, or it contains the names of all the jurors summoned to attend... more
Law or right. This term is applied in many modern phrases. It is also used to signify equity. Story, Eq. Jur. 1; Bract, lib.... more
The right to abuse. By this phrase is understood the right to abuse property, or having full dominion over property. 3 Toull. n. 86.... more
The right of survivorship. 2. At common law, when one of several joint tenants died, the entire tenancy or estate went to the survivors,... more
JUS AD REM.
property, title. This phrase is applied to designate the right a man has in relation to a thing; it is not the right in the... more
CIV. law. The name of a servitude which Lives to the owner of land the right to bring down water through or from the land... more
Among the Romans by jus civile was understood the civil law, in contradistinction to the public law, or jus gentium. 1 Savigny, Dr. Rom.... more
Among the Romans the collection of laws which are to be observed among all the members of a nation were so called. It is... more