CITRA CAUSAE COGNITIONEM

CITRA CAUSAE COGNITIONEM

citra causae cognitionem (sit-r[schwa] kaw-zee kog-nish-ee-oh-n[schwa]m). [Latin] Hist. Without in-vestigating the cause; absent a judicial investigation.

¡°Citra causae cognitionem…. Formerly all interdiction was judicial, and proceeded upon an investigation of the facts and on its necessity or expediency being made out to the satisfaction of the Court. No other kind of inter-diction was allowed, but voluntary interdiction, without such investigation, was afterwards admitted.¡± John Trayner, Trayner’s Latin Maxims 78 (4th ed. 1894).


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