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Jurata

JURATA. A certificate placed at the bottom of an affidavit, declaring that the witness has been sworn or affirmed to the truth of the facts therein alleged. Its usual form is,: Sworn (or affirmed) before me, the ____ day of ____, 10 __." The Jurat. (q.v.)

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Jura sanguinis nullo jure civili dirimi possunt
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Juramentae corporalia
Juramentum
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Jurare est deum in testum vocare
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Jurato creditur in judicio
Juratores sunt judices facti
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juridical
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