What is CONSEIL JUDICIAIRE?

In French law. When a person has been subjected to an Interdiction on the ground of his insane extravagauce, but the interdiction is not absolute, but limited only, the court of first instance, which grants the interdiction, appoints a council, called by this name, with whose assistance the party may bring or defend actions, or compromise the same, alienate his estate, make or incur loans, and the like. Brown.

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