De jure

De jure,

Definition of De jure:

  1. Denoting something or someone that is rightfully such.

  2. According to rightful entitlement or claim; by right.

  3. Existing in law, or having formal, legitimate, moral, or rightful effect, force, or possession. Used usually as an opposite of de facto. Latin for, in law or of law.

Synonyms of De jure

By right, Rightfully, Legally, According to the law, Rightful, Legal

How to use De jure in a sentence?

  1. You must always be in de jure of the law so that no fines or penalties are levied against your business or you.
  2. The de jure required by the courts enforced a ruling that we expected to be the case so we were prepared fully.
  3. He had been de jure king since his fathers death.
  4. The resolution declared that the independent Republic of Latvia proclaimed on November 18, 1918 was still in existence de jure.
  5. You must always make sure that what you do is de jure so that you do not get any fines or penalties against you.

Meaning of De jure & De jure Definition