in posse

Definition of "in posse"
  1. Refers to something that has the potential to exist but is not yet a reality
How to use "in posse" in a sentence
  1. The attorney advised his client that the contract is in posse and needs more work before it becomes real.
  2. The idea of creating a new department in the company was still in posse, as it needed further approval before it materialized.
  3. The lawyer noted that the claim was in posse, indicating that it had potential but wasn't yet established.

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