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JUS IMMUNITATIS

In the civil law. The law of immunity or exemption from the burden of public office. Dig. 50, 6.

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JUS PAFIRIANUM

The civil law of Papirius. The title of the earliest collection of Roman leges euriatce, said to have been made in the time of Tarquin, the last of the kings, by a pontifex maximus of the name of Sextus or Publius Papirius. Very few fragments of this collection now remain, and the authenticity of these has been doubted. Mackeld. Rom. Law,

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JUS QTIIRITIUM

The old law of Rome, that was applicable originally to patricians only, and, under the Twelve Tables, to the entire Roman people, was so called, in contradistinction to the jus prwtorium, (

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JUSTA CAUSA

In the civil law. A just cause; a lawful ground; a legal transaction of some kind. Mackeld. Rom. Law,

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JUSTIFIABLE

Rightful; warranted or sanctioned by law; that which can be shown to be sustained by law; as justifiable homicide. See HOMICIDE.

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JUDICIAL DAY

A dav on which the court is actually in session. Heffner v. Heffner. 48 La. Ann. 1088, 20 South. 2S1

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JURIDICAL DAY

A day proper for the transaction of business in court; one on which the court may lawfully sit. excluding Sundays and some holidays.

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