JUS STRICTUM

JUS STRICTUM

jus strictum (j[schwa]s strik-t[schwa]m). [Latin ¡°strict law¡±] Roman law. Law rigorously interpreted according to the letter. ¡ª Also termed strictum jus. See STRICTI JURIS. Cf. JUS AEQUUM.
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