SINE QUA NON
sine qua non (sI-nee kway nonorsin-ay kwah nohn), n. [Latin ¡°without which not¡±] An indispensable condition or thing; something on which something else necessarily depends. ¡ª Also termed conditio sine qua non. [Cases: Negligence 379.]
What is the legal equivalent of the term SINE QUA NON in Chinese?
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