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Lexicographical Neighbors of Juristically
Literary usage of Juristically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Elements of Jurisprudence by Thomas Erskine Holland (1906)
"Some things, though physically divisible, are juristically indivisible, because by division the character of their parts is entirely changed, eg a picture, ..."
2. The Modern Legal Philosophy Series by Association of American Law Schools (1914)
"I. First Stage. — Bilateral Real Business. The simplest form of contract, economically as well as juristically, is contract of exchange, ..."
3. Law as a Means to an End by Rudolf von Jhering (1914)
"The simplest form of contract, economically as well as juristically, is contract of exchange, and sale»with immediate execution (cash). ..."
4. Comparative Legal Philosophy Applied to Legal Institutions by Luigi Miraglia (1912)
"Under this aspect, therefore, law has its origin in the power of doing something perhaps not juristically obligatory but merely convenient, and then comes ..."
5. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1917)
"Albert Zorn, another German writer, although defending in general the German measures of 1870-71 as " juristically correct and therefore unconditionally ..."
6. The American Political Science Review (1918)
"juristically a new state can take its origin only by the entire withdrawal of the people organized under it from the civic bonds under which they may have ..."