JUS DEVOLUTUM

JUS DEVOLUTUM

jus devolutum (j[schwa]s dev-[schwa]-loo-t[schwa]m). [Law Latin ¡°a devolved right¡±] Scots law. The right of the presbytery to appoint a minister to a vacant church if a patron failed to present a fit minister within six months of the vacancy. See TANQUAM JURE DEVOLUTO.
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