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  1. Professional LatinLaw Lists 1 & 2

  2. LAW1:1 from a just/lawful cause
  3. LAW1:1 from a just/lawful cause ex justacausa
  4. LAW1:2 on the spur of the moment because of timeconsiderations; temporarily; “out from time”
  5. LAW1:2 on the spur of the moment because of timeconsiderations; temporarily; “out from time” ex tempore
  6. LAW1:3 setting a time limit; “into time”
  7. LAW1:3 setting a time limit; “into time” in tempus
  8. LAW1:4 first
  9. LAW1:4 first primus/-a/-um (Adj1/2)
  10. LAW1:5 according to one’s vow/oath
  11. LAW1:5 according to one’s vow/oath ex voto
  12. LAW1:6 excused
  13. LAW1:6 excused excusatus/-a/-um (Adj1/2)
  14. LAW1:7 by hypothesis
  15. LAW1:7 by hypothesis ex hypothesi
  16. LAW1:8 a writ requiring officials to bring a prisoner to court so that the legality of the imprisonment can be judged
  17. LAW1:8 a writ requiring officials to bring a prisoner to court so that the legality of the imprisonment can be judged habeas corpus [habére Act/Subj/Pres/Sing/2nd]
  18. LAW1:9 letter; a record
  19. LAW1:9 letter; a record litera,literae (1f)
  20. LAW1:10 ignorance of the law does not excuse
  21. LAW1:10 ignorance of the law does not excuse ignorantiojuris non excusat
  22. LAW1:11 in public
  23. LAW1:11 in public in publico
  24. LAW1:12 by my own fault
  25. LAW1:12 by my own fault mea culpa
  26. LAW1:13 by my absence
  27. LAW1:13 by my absence me absente
  28. LAW1:14 son/daughter
  29. LAW1:14 son/daughter filius/filia
  30. LAW1:15 brother
  31. LAW1:15 brother frater, fratris (3m)
  32. LAW1:16 sister
  33. LAW1:16 sister soror, sororis (3f)
  34. LAW1:17 son-in-law
  35. LAW1:17 son-in-law gener, generi (2m)
  36. LAW1:18 the crown; if this is in the title of a court case, the case is British
  37. LAW1:18 the crown; if this is in the title of a court case, the case is British corona, coronae (1f)
  38. LAW1:19 body, corpse; a body or collection of writings
  39. LAW1:19 body, corpse; a body or collection of writings corpus, corporis (3n)
  40. LAW1:20 thief
  41. LAW1:20 thief fur, furis (3m/f)
  42. LAW1:21 it is legal, allowed, permitted
  43. LAW1:21 it is legal, allowed, permitted licet
  44. LAW1:22 a free man or woman; a freed slave
  45. LAW1:22 a free man or woman; a freed slave libertus/liberta (2m/1f)
  46. LAW1:23 the majority
  47. LAW1:23 the majority major pars
  48. LAW1:24 everyone
  49. LAW1:24 everyone nemo non
  50. LAW1:25 robbery, rape, plunder
  51. LAW1:25 robbery, rape, plunder rapina, rapinae (1f)
  52. LAW1:26 willy-nilly
  53. LAW1:26 willy-nilly nolensvolens
  54. LAW2:1 command from a higher court to a lower court to do something
  55. LAW2:1 command from a higher court to a lower court to do something writ of mandamus
  56. LAW2:2 equally, in like manner
  57. LAW2:2 equally, in like manner a pari
  58. LAW2:3 from before; reasoning from a premise to logical conclusions (deductive/presumptive knowledge)
  59. LAW2:3 from before; reasoning from a premise to logical conclusions (deductive/presumptive knowledge) a priori
  60. LAW2:4 from the beginning, from the start
  61. LAW2:4 from the beginning, from the start ab initio
  62. LAW2:5 a criminal act
  63. LAW2:5 a criminal act actusreus
  64. LAW2:6 to this; an action taken for a specific purpose, case or situation
  65. LAW2:6 to this; an action taken for a specific purpose, case or situation ad hoc
  66. LAW2:7 sincerely, genuinely, with good intention
  67. LAW2:7 sincerely, genuinely, with good intention bona fide
  68. LAW2:8 a gift at the time of the giver’s impending death
  69. LAW2:8 a gift at the time of the giver’s impending death causa mortis
  70. LAW2:9 let the buyer beware
  71. LAW2:9 let the buyer beware caveat emptor
  72. LAW2:10 grant certify; a supreme court has discretion to hear a case or not (as opposed to direct right of appeal, in which the court must hear the case)
  73. LAW2:10 grant certify; a supreme court has discretion to hear a case or not (as opposed to direct right of appeal, in which the court must hear the case) certiorari
  74. LAW2:11 the court dismisses a case because the matter is too small to consider
  75. LAW2:11 the court dismisses a case because the matter is too small to consider de minimis
  76. LAW2:12 in chambers; a meeting held outside of open court
  77. LAW2:12 in chambers; a meeting held outside of open court in camera
  78. LAW2:13 in place of a parent
  79. LAW2:13 in place of a parent in loco parentis
  80. LAW2:14 two equally at fault; when a contract is illegal, enforcing the contract is also illegal; for example, if one party sues another for failing to deliver illegal drugs, the court will not enforce the contract
  81. LAW2:14 two equally at fault; when a contract is illegal, enforcing the contract is also illegal; for example, if one party sues another for failing to deliver illegal drugs, the court will not enforce the contract in paridilecto
  82. LAW2:15 the State having jurisdiction over the person
  83. LAW2:15 the State having jurisdiction over the person in personam
  84. LAW2:16 the State having jurisdiction over a thing because it is within the State’s geographical territory
  85. LAW2:16 the State having jurisdiction over a thing because it is within the State’s geographicalterritory in rem
  86. LAW2:17 within; this will be dealt with later in this document
  87. LAW2:17 within; this will be dealt with later in this document infra
  88. LAW2:18 among others
  89. LAW2:18 among others inter alia
  90. LAW2:19 doctor of law, a law degree
  91. LAW2:19 doctor of law, a law degree juris doctor
  92. LAW2:20 a system of civil law; statutes provide a court’s starting point (precedent is notconsidered)
  93. LAW2:20 a system of civil law; statutes provide a court’s starting point (precedent is notconsidered) jus civile
  94. LAW2:21 a system of common law; precedent provides a court’s starting point
  95. LAW2:21 a system of common law; precedent provides a court’s starting point jus commune
  96. LAW2:22 law
  97. LAW2:22 law lex
  98. LAW2:23 language
  99. LAW2:23 language lingua
  100. LAW2:24 the scene of the crime
  101. LAW2:24 the scene of the crime locus dilecti
  102. LAW2:25 historical document founding British common law
  103. LAW2:25 historical document founding British common law Magna Carta
  104. LAW2:26 evil in itself; an objectively bad crime, as opposed to a crime created by a statute
  105. LAW2:26 evil in itself; an objectively bad crime, as opposed to a crime created by a statute malum in se
  106. LAW2:27 a prohibited evil; a crime created by statute; a legal crime though not necessarily a moral crime
  107. LAW2:27 a prohibited evil; a crime created by statute; a legal crime though not necessarily a moralcrime malumprohibitum
  108. LAW2:28 a memo
  109. LAW2:28 a memo memorandum
  110. LAW2:29 guilty mind; guilty intent; the knowledge that the act one is doing is a crime
  111. LAW2:29 guilty mind; guilty intent; the knowledge that the act one is doing is a crime mens rea
  112. LAW2:30 a way of operating
  113. LAW2:30 a way of operating modus operandi
  114. LAW2:31 application to have the whole supreme court hear a case, instead of a panel of three justices
  115. LAW2:31 application to have the whole supreme court hear a case, instead of a panel of three justices per curiam
  116. LAW2:32 if a person dies intestate, the estate is divided equally to the heirs
  117. LAW2:32 if a person dies intestate, the estate is divided equally to the heirs per stirpes
  118. LAW2:33 first appearance; a judgment made on the first impression of a case
  119. LAW2:33 first appearance; a judgment made on the first impression of a case prima facie
  120. LAW2:34 for the good; unpaid, volunteer legal service
  121. LAW2:34 for the good; unpaid, volunteer legal service pro bono
  122. LAW2:35 for now
  123. LAW2:35 for now pro nunc
  124. LAW2:36 in proportion
  125. LAW2:36 in proportion pro rata
  126. LAW2:37 doing it for your self; self-representing, not having an attorney
  127. LAW2:37 doing it for your self; self-representing, not having an attorney pro se
  128. LAW2:38 to that extent, to the extent that
  129. LAW2:38 to that extent, to the extent that pro tanto
  130. LAW2:39 an equitable action brought when a contract cannot be sued; if a contract is invalid but a benefit was conferred, the receiver must still compensate the benefactor; for example, if a contract to build porch is invalid, and the porch is built, the builder still has a right to be paid
  131. LAW2:39 an equitable action brought when a contract cannot be sued; if a contract is invalid but a benefit was conferred, the receiver must still compensate the benefactor; for example, if a contract to build porch is invalid, and the porch is built, the builder still has a right to be paid quantum meruit
  132. LAW2:40 in regard to, regarding
  133. LAW2:40 in regard to, regarding re
  134. LAW2:41 the substance, the thing; the legal reality over which the court has discretion (used in marriage law)
  135. LAW2:41 the substance, the thing; the legal reality over which the court has discretion (used in marriage law) res
  136. LAW2:42 a person’s history of circumstances, deeds, transactions, military service, etc.; theconditions of a person’s life history which may influence a court’s decision
  137. LAW2:42 a person’s history of circumstances, deeds, transactions, military service, etc.; theconditions of a person’s life history which may influence a court’s decision res gestae
  138. LAW2:43 in the absence of direct evidence, arguing through indirect/circumstantial evidence; for example, “This doesn’t normally happen unless someone is negligent.”
  139. LAW2:43 in the absence of direct evidence, arguing through indirect/circumstantial evidence; for example, “This doesn’t normally happen unless someone is negligent.” res ispe loquitur
  140. LAW2:44 if something has been adjudicated already, it cannot be re-litigated
  141. LAW2:44 if something has been adjudicated already, it cannot be re-litigated res judicata
  142. LAW2:45 the superior may respond; the employer can be sued for a employee’s negligence committed in the course of the employment
  143. LAW2:45 the superior may respond; the employer can be sued for a employee’s negligence committed in the course of the employment respondeat superior
  144. LAW2:46 king/queen; in England, on behalf of the government; in a case title, this indicates the case is British
  145. LAW2:46 king/queen; in England, on behalf of the government; in a case title, this indicates the case is British rex/regina
  146. LAW2:47 knowingly; knowing what you’re doing; criminal intent
  147. LAW2:47 knowingly; knowing what you’re doing; criminal intent scienter
  148. LAW2:48 a little sparkle, a small amount
  149. LAW2:48 a little sparkle, a small amount scintilla
  150. LAW2:49 without which not; an essential, indispensable condition
  151. LAW2:49 without which not; an essential, indispensable condition sine qua non
  152. LAW2:50 to stand decided; the supreme court has decided this before and is abiding by precedent
  153. LAW2:50 to stand decided; the supreme court has decided this before and is abiding by precedent stare decisis
  154. LAW2:51 under the influence of alcohol
  155. LAW2:51 under the influence of alcohol sub vino
  156. LAW2:52 under pain; an order to appear with a penalty for failure
  157. LAW2:52 under pain; an order to appear with a penalty for failure subpoena
  158. LAW2:53 by his/her/its/their own accord; an act of authority taken without formal prompting from another party; usually applied to actions taken by a judge without a prior motion or request
  159. LAW2:53 by his/her/its/their own accord; an act of authority taken without formal prompting from another party; usually applied to actions taken by a judge without a prior motion or request suasponte
  160. LAW2:54 above; this was dealt with earlier in this document
  161. LAW2:54 above; this was dealt with earlier in this document supra
  162. LAW2:55 a person making a will
  163. LAW2:55 a person making a will testator/testatrix
  164. LAW2:56 beyond legal authority; when a corporation engages in an action outside the scope of what it was incorporated for, a stockholder could sue to stop the corporation. A 19th Century concept, these laws are almost obsolete.
  165. LAW2:56 beyond legal authority; when a corporation engages in an action outside the scope of what it was incorporated for, a stockholder could sue to stop the corporation. A 19th Century concept, these laws are almost obsolete. ultra vires