Latin Legal Terms

Natura

Natura – this Latin term literally means nature (considered as “origin”). The word participates in the legal term “in rerum natura”, which means “in the nature of things”. It is used in court pleas to detail that the claimant is not real personality, i.e. unable to initiate legal actions. The word relates also to the legal term “jus naturale”, which means literally “natural law”. The natural Law produces also rules for behavior – instead of a statute or other.

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