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What is Sui juris

Legalese Explained: The civil and legal rights a freeman is entitled to. A person with no legal disability and has capacity to manage their affairs. They are not a minor, under guardianship and not a slave and can be assumed to be Sui juries to enter into a valid contract.

Latin phrase meaning "in one's own right."

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Term created / updated 2013-07-29 15:51:41

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