senso stricto

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From Latin sēnsū strictō

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senso stricto

  1. In the strict/narrow sense.
    • 1998, Anne-Marie Slaughter, The European Court and National Courts: Doctrine & Jurisprudence: Legal Change in its Social Context:
      The direct effect of a treaty provision is usually defined senso stricto, as the creation of rights in favour of individuals which they can invoke before their national courts, without need for domestic measures of implementation.

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