quasi in rem

Definition of "quasi in rem"
  1. A legal action aiming to determine the rights of an individual related to a property within a particular court's jurisdiction
How to use "quasi in rem" in a sentence
  1. The court used a quasi in rem approach to settle the property dispute.
  2. The judge decided that a quasi in rem proceeding was the best way to enforce the mortgage.
  3. Due to the complexity of the case, the court applied a quasi in rem judgment to resolve the estate distribution.

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