jure

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jure divino

[yoo-re di-wee-noh; English joor-ee di-vahy-noh, -vee-]
Latin.
by divine law.

jure humano

[yoo-re oo-mah-noh; English joor-ee hyoo-mey-noh, -mah-]
Latin.
by human law.

pleno jure

[pley-noh yoo-re; English plee-noh joor-ee]
Latin.
with full authority.

quo jure?

[kwoh yoo-re; English kwoh joor-ee]
Latin.
by what right?

suo jure

[soo-oh yoo-re; English soo-oh joor-ee]
Latin.
in one's own right.
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ipso jure (ˈɪpsəʊ ˈjʊərɪ)
 
adv
by the law itself; by operation of law
 
[from Latin]

suo jure (ˈsuːəʊ ˈdʒʊərɪ)
 
adv
chiefly law in one's own right
 
[Latin]

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