• Ratio Decidendi – The rule of law on which a judicial decision is based. The reason or rationale for the decision by Court.
  • Re – In the matter of.
  • Reprobata pecunia leberat solventem – Money refused releases the debtor.
  • Res – Matter, affair, thing, circumstance.
  • Res gestae – Facts surrounding or relevant to a case and admissible as evidence.
  • Res integra – A matter untouched by decision. An entire thing; an entirely new or untouched matter.
  • Res Ipsa Loquitur – The thing speaks for itself
  • Res Judicata – A case which has already been decided.
  • Res nulis – Nobody s property.
  • Res sub judice – Matter in course of trial.
  • Respondeat superior – Let the principal be liable.
  • Rex non potest peccare – The King can do no wrong.
  • Rex nunquma moritur – The King never dies.
  • Rex quod injustum est facere non potest – The King cannot do what is unjust.

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