in esse

Definition of "in esse"
  1. The state of being in actual existence or reality
How to use "in esse" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer argued that the liability was in esse, not potential.
  2. The court acknowledged the rights that were in esse at the time of the dispute.
  3. The agreement became in esse once it was signed by all parties.

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