Definition of juratory caution
1 Scots law : a security consisting of a sworn inventory and pledge of the goods of the affiant
2 admiralty law : a suit in forma pauperis
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Origin and Etymology of juratory caution
probably translation of French caution juratoire, translation of Late Latin cautio juratoria
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