Latin Legal Terms

Canonicus

Canonicus – this Latin term means canonical, according to the canons, legal right. The origin of the word comes from “canonus”, which means: canon, member of a cathedral chapter or canonry. In practice, the word relates to the term “Codex Juris Canonici”, which is the name of the Code of Canon Law in the Roman Catholic Church.

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