In the Identical words; opposed to “substantially.” Town- send v. Jeinison, 7 How. 710, 12 L. Ed. 8S0; Summons v. State, 5 Ohio St. 340. IPSO FACTO. By the fact itself; by the mere fact. By the mere effect of an act or a fact. In English ecclesiastical law. A censure of excommunication in the ecclesiastical court, immediately incurred for divers offenses, after lawful trial.
What is IPSISSIMIS VERBIS?
- QUOTIES IN VERBIS
- TOTIDEM VERBIS
- IN TOTIDEM VERBIS
- ACTIO PRRCSCRIPTIS VERBIS
- CUM ADSUNT TESTIMONIA RERUM, QUID OPUS EST VERBIS
- BENIGNIOR SENTENTIA IN VERBIS GENER- ALIBUS SEU DUBIIS, EST PRAEFERENDA
- BREVE ITA DICITNR, QUIA REM DE QUA AGITNR, ET INTENTIONEM PETENTIS, PANELS VERBIS BREVITER ENARRAT
- DE FACTO
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