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Legal Jargons

July 10, 2015
Word: sui juris Origin: Latin word Meaning: of his own right Example:A person sui juris is one who possesses full civil rights and is not under any legal incapacity Refers to one legally competent to manage his own affairs Word: res ipsa loquitur Origin: Latin word Meaning: the thing speaks for itself Example: used in tort law when there is no proof of what caused the harm, but it is most likely only the thing that could have caused the harm
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