In Propria Persona or Pro Per In one’s own proper person. It was formerly a rule in pleading that pleas to the jurisdiction of the court must be plead in propria persona, because if pleaded by an Attorney they admit the jurisdiction, as an Attorney is an Officer of the Court, and he is presumed to plead after having obtained Leave, which admits the jurisdiction. related to Pro Se: one proceeding for himself and on their own behalf, in person. And Sui Juris (Law) law (usually postpositive) of full age and not under disability; legally competent to manage one's own affairs; independent
[C17: from Latin, literally: of one's own right] 2. "Legally competent to manage one's own affairs. Lets go into these law and legal concept on the "Universe Conscious of Itself" show call @ (713)955-0522 this and every Thursday @ 8:00 pm pacific time LTPFJ!!!!!!!
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