ex aequo et bono

Definition of "ex aequo et bono"
  1. Based on what is fair and morally right, considering the specific circumstances of the case
How to use "ex aequo et bono" in a sentence
  1. The arbitrator decided the dispute ex aequo et bono, prioritizing fairness and justice.
  2. The judge chose to rule ex aequo et bono, rather than strictly by the law, in order to consider the unique details of the situation.
  3. By applying the ex aequo et bono principle, the liabilities were distributed fairly among the parties.

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