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Legal Jargon

November 5, 2013

Word: "a priori assumption"

Meaning: an assumption that is true without further proof or need to prove it.

Example: It is assumed the sun will come up tomorrow.

Word - "in limine"

Meaning: preliminary

Example: when a writ petition is dismissed in limine, it is dismissed at the admission stage.

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