inter se

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adverb or adjective in·ter se \ ˌin-tər-ˈsā , -ˈsē \

Definition of inter se

:among or between themselves

Origin and Etymology of inter se

Latin


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inter se

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adverb or adjective in·ter se \ ˌin-tər-ˈsē, -ˈsā \

legal Definition of inter se

:among or between themselves
  • the individual rights or obligations of the parties inter se
  • Goozh v. Capitol Souvenir Co., 462 A.2d 1140 (1983)

Origin and Etymology of inter se

Latin


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