de+facto+but+not+de+jure

  • 1 De facto standard — A de facto standard is a custom, convention, product, or system that has achieved a dominant position by public acceptance or market forces (such as early entrance to the market). De facto is a Latin phrase meaning concerning the fact or in… …

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  • 2 De facto — For other uses, see De facto (disambiguation). Defacto redirects here. For the steamship, see SS Defacto. De facto (English pronunciation: /diː ˈf …

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  • 3 de facto — de fac·to 1 /di fak tō, dā , dē / adv [Medieval Latin, literally, from the fact]: in reality: actually these two constraints have been lifted, one de facto and one de jure Susan Lee de facto 2 adj …

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  • 4 De facto — Existing in actual fact although not by official recognition. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * de facto de fac‧to [ˌdeɪ ˈfæktəʊ ǁ dɪ ˈfæktoʊ, ˌdeɪ ] adjective, adverb formal LAW really existing, even if there is no formal legal… …

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  • 5 de facto — Existing in actual fact although not by official recognition. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * de facto de fac‧to [ˌdeɪ ˈfæktəʊ ǁ dɪ ˈfæktoʊ, ˌdeɪ ] adjective, adverb formal LAW really existing, even if there is no formal legal document etc… …

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  • 6 de jure — [[t]de͟ɪ ʤʊ͟əreɪ, AM di͟ː ʤ ʊri[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n De jure is used to indicate that something legally exists or is a particular thing. [LEGAL] ...politicians and kings, de jure leaders of men. Ant: de facto ADV: ADV with cl De jure is also an adverb …

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  • 7 de facto — [deɪ faktəʊ, di:] adverb in fact, whether by right or not. Often contrasted with de jure. adjective existing or holding a specified position in fact but not necessarily by legal right: a de facto one party system. Origin L., lit. of fact …

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  • 8 de facto —  (Lat.) Existing in fact but not in law; see also de jure …

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  • 9 De jure — Not to be confused with Du jour. De jure (in Classical Latin de iure) is an expression that means concerning law , as contrasted with de facto, which means concerning fact . De jure = Legally , De facto = In fact . The terms de jure and de facto… …

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  • 10 de facto — /diy faektow/ In fact, in deed, actually. This phrase is used to characterize an officer, a government, a past action, or a state of affairs which must be accepted for all practical purposes, but is illegal or illegitimate. Thus, an office,… …

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  • 11 de facto — /diy faektow/ In fact, in deed, actually. This phrase is used to characterize an officer, a government, a past action, or a state of affairs which must be accepted for all practical purposes, but is illegal or illegitimate. Thus, an office,… …

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  • 12 De facto government doctrine — The de facto government doctrine is an Argentine case law related to the validity of the actions of de facto governments. It allowed the government actions taken during those times to stay valid after the de facto government had ended. It was… …

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  • 13 government de facto — A government of fact. A government actually exercising power and control, as opposed to the true and lawful government; a government not established according to the constitution of the nation, or not lawfully entitled to recognition or supremacy …

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  • 14 government de facto — A government of fact. A government actually exercising power and control, as opposed to the true and lawful government; a government not established according to the constitution of the nation, or not lawfully entitled to recognition or supremacy …

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  • 15 De facto corporation and corporation by estoppel — Companies law Company  …

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  • 16 de facto corporation — A business that has not completed all of the legal steps to become a corporation will be treated as a corporation by the court to shield the directors, officers, and shareholders who in good faith thought they were operating the business as a… …

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  • 17 De Jure Corporation — A business that has fulfilled its requirements for formation according to the regulations for earning a state charter. De jure, meaning a matter of law, indicates that the company has been fully and legally chartered, and is therefore entitled to …

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  • 18 De facto head of state — A de facto head of state is a term used to an office holder who fulfils some, many or all of the functions of a head of state. However, he or she is not considered a full head of state, but simply acts like a head of state in the absence of the… …

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  • 19 de facto — /di ˈfæktoʊ / (say dee faktoh), /də / (say duh), /deɪ / (say day) adjective 1. in fact; in reality. 2. actually existing, whether with or without right. Compare de jure. 3. of or relating to a situation in which two people live together in the… …

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  • 20 de facto — /dee fak toh, day/ 1. in fact; in reality: Although his title was prime minister, he was de facto president of the country. Although the school was said to be open to all qualified students, it still practiced de facto segregation. 2. actually… …

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