JURATORY CAUTION

JURATORY CAUTION

juratory caution.

1. Maritime law. A court’s permission for an indigent to disregard filing fees and court costs. ? A suit upon a juratory caution is the equivalent of a suit in forma pauperis. The right was first recognized in United States admiralty courts in Bradford v. Bradford, 3 F. Cas. 1129 (1878). See IN FORMA PAUPERIS.

2. Scots law. A security given on oath, such as a bond.


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