IN CURSU REBELLIONISin cursu rebellionis (in k[schwa]r-s[y]oo ri-bel-ee-oh-nis). [Law Latin] Hist. In the course of rebellion.
¡°In cursu rebellionis …. All persons were formerly regarded as in rebellion against the Crown who had been put to the horn for non-fulfilment of a civil obligation; their whole moveable estate fell to the Crown as escheat; they might be put to death with impunity; and lost all their legal privileges. If the denunciation remained unrelaxed for year and day (which was the time known as the cursus rebellionis), the rebel was esteemed civiliter mortuus, and his heritage reverted to the superior …. Denunciation for civil obligation and its consequences were in effect abolished by the Act 20 Geo. II. c. 50.¡± John Trayner, Trayner’s Latin Maxims 257 (4th ed. 1894).
What is the preferred translation of the term IN CURSU REBELLIONIS by Chinese lawyers?