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Uti possidetis de facto  ū´tē pōssēdā´tēs dā fak´tō .  ū´tē pōside´tis dā fâk´tō . adv. 

Source:
Guide to Latin in International Law
Author(s):

Aaron X. Fellmeth,

Maurice Horwitz

(commonly used as a n.) “So that you may possess in fact.”A principle that was formerly invoked on ...

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