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.
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.