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Coram judice

“Coram judice” is a Latin phrase commonly used in legal proceedings. It means “before the judge” or “in the presence of the judge”. It refers to a situation where a judge who has jurisdiction over a case is currently considering or deciding on a particular matter. When a case or issue is “coram judice,” it means that it is actively being adjudicated by the appropriate judicial authority. This term is frequently used in legal documents and discussions to clarify the status of a case or legal matter.

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