lucri causa

Definition of "lucri causa"
  1. A motivation centered on achieving a benefit or profit
How to use "lucri causa" in a sentence
  1. The court determined that the defendant's actions were driven by lucri causa, much to the dismay of the plaintiff.
  2. The prosecution will have to prove that the suspect had lucri causa in undertaking the fraudulent transactions.
  3. The burden of proof for lucri causa in a civil suit lies with the plaintiff.

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