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casus omissus

noun ca·sus omis·sus \ˈkā-səs-ə-ˈmi-səs, ˈkä-su̇s-ō-ˈmi-su̇s\

Legal Definition of casus omissus

  1. :  a situation omitted from or not provided for by statute or regulation and therefore governed by the common law

Origin and Etymology of casus omissus

New Latin


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