judices ordinarii


judices ordinarii
/juwdasiyz ordaneriyay/ Plural of judex ordinarius (q.v.)

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • judex ordinarius — /juwdeks 6rdaner(i)yas/ In the civil law, an ordinary judge; one who had the right of hearing and determining causes as a matter of his own proper jurisdiction (ex propria jurisdictione), and not by virtue of a delegated authority. According to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • judex ordinarius — /juwdeks 6rdaner(i)yas/ In the civil law, an ordinary judge; one who had the right of hearing and determining causes as a matter of his own proper jurisdiction (ex propria jurisdictione), and not by virtue of a delegated authority. According to… …   Black's law dictionary


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