Latin Legal Terms

Edict

Edict – this Latin noun means “order” or “command”. This is a legal proclamation which has the force of binding law for the society. It applies to detail a provision or instruction by the ruler of a country. For example, a president may issue edict for prohibition of particular events (like protests).

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