juristic act

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juristic act

n
1. (Law) a proceeding designed to have a legal effect
2. (Law) an act by an individual aimed at altering, terminating, or otherwise affecting a legal right
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(1) Juristic acts are dependent on the expression of the will of the parties and therefore only those who possess a reasonable understanding and judgment have the capacity to act.
As a result, the Japanese military's juristic acts in the occupied areas of China remained unclear.