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Locus rei sitae

LOCUS REI SITAE. The place where a thing is situated. In proceedings in rem, in real actions in the civil law, or: those which have for their object the recovery of a thing; and in real actions in the common law, or those for the recovery of land, the proper forum is the locus rei sitae. 2 Gall. R. 191.

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Loculate
Locule
Loculicidal
Loculose
Loculus
locum
Locum tenens
Locus
locus classicus
Locus contractus
Locus contractus regit actum
Locus delicti
Locus in quo
locus niger
locus of infection
Locus poenitentiae
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Locus sigilli
Locust
locust bean
Locust beetle
Locust bird
locust borer
Locust hunter
locust pod
Locust tree
Locusta
Locusta migratoria
Locustella
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