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Ne exeat regno

“Ne exeat regno” is a Latin phrase that means “Let him not go out of the kingdom” in English. This phrase is commonly used in legal contexts to refer to a court order or injunction that restricts an individual from leaving a particular jurisdiction, usually a country or kingdom. The purpose of this order is to prevent someone from fleeing the jurisdiction to avoid fulfilling legal obligations or facing legal proceedings.

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