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Juris et de jure

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 on Presumption, Sec. 17.

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Jurat practice
Jurata
Jurato creditur in judicio
Juratores sunt judices facti
Juratory
Jurats
Jurdiccion
Jurdon
Jure
Jurel
Juridic
juridical
Juridical days
Juridically
JURIS
Juris effectus in executione consistit
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Jurisconsult
Jurisdiction
Jurisdiction clause
Jurisdictional
Jurisdictive
Jurisprudence
Jurisprudent
Jurisprudential
jurisprudentially
Jurist
Juristic
Juror
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jury box
jury duty
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