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Sui juris

“Sui juris” is a Latin term used in legal contexts. It means “of one’s own right” or “having full legal capacity to act on one’s own behalf.” It refers to an individual who is legally competent and capable of managing their own affairs without interference or guardianship. This term is often used for individuals who are of legal age and sound mind and therefore can make decisions and enter into contracts independently.

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