In the situation which their marriage would create he could see no locus standi for himself at all.
We had no "locus standi" for complaining of this change and did not complain.
But without an appeal to conscience the satirist has no locus standi.
And as I had no army with me, I had no locus standi for sending an ambassador.
The result is that you have no locus standi as a resident in the house.
There was no "locus standi," as you would call it, for opposition.
He had a locus standi, too, or so he would conceive—a professional right to tell her the truth.
It is, of course, unnecessary to describe here all the kinds of private interest that will furnish a locus standi.
The book is unexceptionable authority: and, as against that, the author has no locus standi.
He had no position at all towards the child—no rights, no control, no voice, no locus standi whatsoever.