stricti jurisadjective or adverb
stric·ti ju·ris | \ ˈstrik-ˌtī-ˈju̇r-is, ˈstrik-tē-ˈyu̇r-ēs\
Legal Definition of stricti juris
(Entry 1 of 2)
: according to or determined by strict interpretation of the law the rights of a guarantor are stricti juris — Sitzer v. Lang, 243 S.E.2d 95 (1978)
Legal Definition of stricti juris (Entry 2 of 2)
: a rule of legal interpretation requiring or dictating close, narrow, or strict interpretation failure to apply the rule of stricti juris to the parol evidence — Brown v. Capitol Fish Co., 282 S.E.2d 694 (1981)
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