AD AUCTORITATEM PRAESTANDAM
ad auctoritatem praestandam (ad awk-tor-i-tay-t[schwa]m pree-stand-[schwa]m). [Law Latin] Hist. For interposing their authority. ? The phrase typically referred to tutors or curators ad litem who provided authority but incurred no personal liability in exercising their office.
What is the Chinese interpretation of AD AUCTORITATEM PRAESTANDAM?
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