Lat From the verb “licere,” (. v.) Although; notwithstanding. Importing. in this sense, a direct aliirmation. Also, it is allowed, it is permissible.
What is LICET?
- AFFECTUS PUNITUR LICET NOIL SEQUATUR EFFECTUS
- ALIENATIO LICET PROHIBEATUR, CONSENSU TAMEN OMNIUM
- CUILIBET LICET JURI PRO SE INTRODUCTO RCNUNCIARE
- CUI LICET QUOD MAJUS, NON, DEBET QUOD MINUS EST NON LICERC
- DUCES TECUM LICET LANGUIDUS
- Comparative Constitutional Law
- LICENSED VICTUALLER
- NON DEBET ACTORI LICERE 824 NON EST FACTUM
- QUANDO VERBA STATUTI
- Property Law – 2
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