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Jus spatiandi

“Jus spatiandi” is a Latin phrase that means “right to walk” or “right to roam.” It refers to the legal or customary right to access and walk freely in certain areas, typically open spaces, public lands, or the countryside, without restrictions or permission. This concept promotes public access to natural environments and is often associated with the idea of enjoying the outdoors and nature. The specific rights and regulations regarding “jus spatiandi” can vary by region and country, so it’s important to be aware of the rules in your area.

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