ex mero motu
foreign term Etymology: Latin out of mere impulse ; of one's own accord

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • ex mero motu — /eks mēˈrō mōˈtū or merˈō mōˈtoo/ (Latin) 1. From his or her own impulse 2. Of his, her or its own accord …   Useful english dictionary

  • ex mero motu — /eks mirow mowtuw/ Of his own mere motion; of his own accord; voluntarily and without prompting or request. In England, royal letters patent which are granted at the crown s own instance, and without request made, are said to be granted ex mero… …   Black's law dictionary

  • ex mero motu — /eks mirow mowtuw/ Of his own mere motion; of his own accord; voluntarily and without prompting or request. In England, royal letters patent which are granted at the crown s own instance, and without request made, are said to be granted ex mero… …   Black's law dictionary

  • ex mero motu — On the court s own motion, without application made by either party …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • ex proprio motu — /eks prowpriyow mowtuw/ Of his own accord. See ex mero motu …   Black's law dictionary

  • ex proprio motu — /eks prowpriyow mowtuw/ Of his own accord. See ex mero motu …   Black's law dictionary

  • mero motu — /mirow mowtuw/ See ex mero motu mere motion …   Black's law dictionary

  • mero motu — /mirow mowtuw/ See ex mero motu mere motion …   Black's law dictionary

  • mero motu — See ex mero motu …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • ex speciali gratia, certa scientia, et mero motu regis — By special favor, certain knowledge, and mere motion of the king: a usual clause in a king s grant. See 2 Bl Comm 347 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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