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In pari causa

IN PARI CAUSA. In an equal cause. It is a rule that when two persons have equal rights in relation to a particular thing, the party in possession is considered as having the better right: in pari causa possessor potior est. Dig. 50; 17, 128; 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 952.

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in one ear
in one's birthday suit
In one's books
In one's danger
In one's employ
In one's half
In one's hand
in one's own right
In open
in operation
in opposition
in order
In order to
In ordinary
In orle
in other words
-- In pari causa --
In pari causa possessor potior est
In pari causa possessor potior haberi debet
In pari delicto
In pari delicto melior est conditio possidentis
In pari materia
In part
in particular
In passage
in passing
In patient
In pawn
In perpetuam rei memoriam
in perpetuity
in person
In personam
In petto
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