ipso jure


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ipso ju·re

 (jo͝or′ē)
adv.
By the law itself.

[New Latin ipsō iūre : Latin ipsō, ablative of ipse, itself + Latin iūre, ablative of iūs, law.]

ipso jure

(ˈɪpsəʊ ˈjʊərɪ)
adv
(Law) by the law itself; by operation of law
[from Latin]

ipso jure

A Latin phrase meaning by the law itself.
Translations

ipso jure

advipso jure, durch das Recht selbst
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As for international law, an occupant territory cannot be ipso jure regularized.
The framework agreement will cease ipso jure without court intervention without making any formal organization on the Ministry of Health of centralized procurement, in accordance with the provisions of Order 1292/2012 approving the Methodological Norms for public procurement centralized at national medicines, medical supplies, medical equipment, protective equipment, services, fuels and lubricants for the fleet.
As a matter of fact the text of the law [article 65 paragraph (2) of the new Criminal Code] stipulates that the accessory punishment consists in the ipso jure interdiction of certain rights, which means it occurs automatically, inevitably, with no intervention on the part of the court of law.
Y si lo anterior es cierto, resulta tambien verdad que el sistema socialista no por el hecho de implantarse en Cuba, o en cualquier otro sitio, resuelve ipso facto, o ipso jure, todos los problemas economicos, o los problemas de cualquier otra especie, en automatico; cuando lo unico que puede obtener, en el mejor de los casos, es superar las contradicciones economicas que ha dejado el capitalismo, mas cuando ese pais socialista se encuentra rodeado de paises capitalistas, y tan Cerca del eje del capitalismo mundial que a esa isla le ha impuesto un bloqueo de cerca de 50 anos.