actus judiciarius coram non judice irritus habetur, de ministeriali autem a quocunque provenit ratum esto


actus judiciarius coram non judice irritus habetur, de ministeriali autem a quocunque provenit ratum esto
/aektas jadishiyeriyas koram non juwdasiy ihratas habiytar, diy minastiriyeylay otam ey kwowkarjkwiy praviynat reytam estow/
A judicial act by a judge without jurisdiction is void; but a ministerial act, from whomsoever proceeding, may be ratified

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.


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