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JUS GLADII

The right of the sword; the executory power of the law; the right, power, or prerogative of punishing for crime. 4 Bl. Comm. 177.

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JUS NATURE

The law of nature. See Jrs NATURAI.E.

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JUS PRIVATUM

Private law; the law regulating the rights, conduct, and affairs of individuals, as distinguished from “public” law, which relates to the constitution and functions of government and the administration of criminal justice. See Mackeld. Rom. Law,

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JUS TRIPERTITUM

In Roman law. A name applied to the Roman law of wills, in the time of Justinian, on account of its threefold derivation, viz., from the pra:- torian edict, from the civil law, and from the imperial constitutions. Maine, Anc. Law, 207. Jus triplex est,

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JUSTICIARII ITINERANTES

In English law. Justices in eyre, who formerly went from county to county to administer justice. They were so called to distinguish tliem from justices residing at Westminister, who were called “justicii residentes.” Co. Litt. 293.

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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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