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1. Of or relating to law.
2. Of or relating to rights and obligations.

[From Latin iūs, iūr-, law; see yewes- in Indo-European roots.]

ju′ral·ly adv.
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1. (Law) of or relating to law or to the administration of justice
2. (Law) of or relating to rights and obligations
[C17: from Latin iūs law + -al1]
ˈjurally adv
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(ˈdʒʊər əl)

1. pertaining to law; legal.
2. of or pertaining to rights and obligations.
[1625–35; < Latin jūr-, s. of jūs law + -al1]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.jural - of or relating to law or to legal rights and obligations
legal - established by or founded upon law or official or accepted rules
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(5) In his earlier study, John Hill (1995: 26) claims that in Germanic culture "acts of revenge can be good and jurally definitive", citing the Finn episode and Heathobeard episode from Beowulf as evidence and that in the social world of the poem just feuds are distinguished from gratuitous violence and war (Hill 1995: 29-30).
Such formalization may take place via the courts and via the native title process but it may also take place by first embracing forms of jurally structured corporate organisation and then taking advantage of the privatization of state powers.
As seen from the Hohfeldian perspective while on the one hand co-relatives in the form of right to workers and duty to principal employers, contractors or the State is non-existent, on the other hand both rights and no-rights (which being jurally opposites should not exist together) exist together for the workers.
According to various ethnographic records (Glyn-Jones 1953; Appell 1968; Harrison 1974; Evans 1990), the village was the most important traditional political unit for the Kadazan and other Dusunic peoples, being, according to Harrison (1974), 'jurally and ritually corporate', and it constituted, together with the domestic family, their major social grouping.
Ilker Basbug who held a press conference in Ankara said the "Action Plan for Fight with Reactionary Movements" was jurally just a piece of paper, and asked the Chief Public Prosecutor's office to find those who prepared the document, given that the document was not authentic.