JUS PERSEQUENDI IN JUDICIO QUOD SIBI DEBETUR
jus persequendi in judicio quod sibi debetur (j[schwa]s p[schwa]r-s[ schwa]-kwen-dI in joo-dish-ee-oh kwod sib-Ideb-[schwa]-t[schwa]r). [Latin] Roman law. The right of suing before a court for that which is due to us. ? The phrase is Justinian’s definition of an action.
What is the preferred translation of the term JUS PERSEQUENDI IN JUDICIO QUOD SIBI DEBETUR by Chinese lawyers?
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