“Of law”, “Legitimate”
The word “De Jure” is of Latin origin, it means “of law”, “legitimate”. It describes the total adherence of the law. It also means that having a right or existence as stated by law. De Jure is commonly paired with De Facto which means “in fact” and the term is superfluous. De Jure complies all requirements imposed by law.
A Government is formed in a country by legitimate, constitutional and lawful means. This Government is also recognized by other countries. Here, the Government formed is the De Jure Government and it can exercise full power over the country.
1. Gokaraju Rangaraju etc. V. State of Andhra Pradesh 1981 AIR 1473
2. Dalbir Singh & Ors V. State of Punjab 1979 AIR 1384
“It is the duty of a good judge to enlarge his jurisdiction.”
A good judge is one who enlarges his remedial authority. It is the duty of a judge to extend his jurisdiction.
The scene of the event
Locus in quo is a Latin maxim, which means “the scene of the event” or “the place in which”. In general sense it means the place where the cause of action arose, i.e. the place where something is alleged to have occurred.
An Execution is the end and fruit of the law.
- Here, the term “execution” is used as a accomplishment or judgment or any order passed by any court. Basically the final judgment passed by the court. The execution is either on the side of the plaintiff or defendant. -The execution is held in order to derive the fruit of the final execution to either party. It is a one kind of benefit or relief received by either party from the court for wrongful act done by the respective party.