Definition of Jural

1. Adjective. Of or relating to law or to legal rights and obligations.

Exact synonyms: Juristic
Similar to: Legal



Definition of Jural

1. a. Pertaining to natural or positive right.

Definition of Jural

1. Adjective. (legal) Of or pertaining to law. ¹

2. Adjective. (philosophy) Of or pertaining to moral rights and obligations. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Jural

1. pertaining to law [adj] : JURALLY [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jural

jupati
jupati palm
jupatis
jupaty
jupe
juped
jupes
juping
jupiter
jupon
jupons
juppon
juppons
jura
jura-trias
jural (current term)
jurally
jurant
jurants
jurat
juratory
jurats
jurbanite
jurbanites
jure
jure uxoris
jurel
jurels
juridic

Literary usage of Jural

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1. Chapters on the Principles of International Law by John Westlake (1894)
"jural laws are directions. The formula of the one is " this is " ... But jural laws are broken by men's disobedience to the directions which they convey, ..."

2. Primitive and Ancient Legal Institutions by Albert Kocourek, John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"Scientific inquiry attains more favorable results when it adopts as the subject of investigation the expressions of the individual jural conscience in the ..."

3. Formative Influences of Legal Development by Albert Kocourek, John Henry Wigmore (1918)
"by jural ethnology. The several methods devised by us for solving these problems will be duly described. The applications which we shall make of our general ..."

4. The Science of Law According to the American Theory of Government by Edward L. Campbell (1887)
"As, however, that term has, by long use, become inextricably involved with both economic and jural law, some other must be adopted. ..."

5. The Nation: The Foundations of Civil Order and Political Life in the United by Elisha Mulford (1877)
"The only association recognized in the state is a jural relation, and the nation is only a jural society. This conception is obviously imperfect, and while, ..."

6. Elements of Right and of Law: To which is Added a Historical and Critical by George Hugh Smith (1887)
"jural legislation differs essentially in its nature from administrative; for, with regard to the latter, the state is vested, within certain limits, ..."

7. World Organization as Affected by the Nature of the Modern State by David Jayne Hill (1911)
"It would be a quite different enterprise, if Modern States should decide, by the aid of mutual guarantees, to establish more firmly the jural relations ..."

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