In re, Latin for "in the matter [of]", is a term with several different, but related
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"Re" is a further abbreviation. Often "in re" is found near the top of lawyers' letters
to identify the subject matter, as "In re Matheson v. Roth," or "In re Estate of ...
Define in re: in the matter of : concerning, re —often used in the title or name of a
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Often "in re" is found near the top of lawyers' letters to identify the subject matter,
as "In re Matheson v. Roth," or "In re Estate of Ruth Bentley." It is also used in ...
Feb 7, 2015 ... In legal parlance, "In Re" can roughly be translated as "in regards to" or "in the
matter ... Unknown]; Juvenile Proceedings: In Re: HK (an infant); QBD 1967.
Probate Proceedings: In Re: The Indian Succession Act v. Unknown.
Sometimes case names do not list two parties, such as cases whose names
include In re or Ex parte. In re is a latin term for “in the matter of,” and is typically ...
A case in which the Court found that the Juvenile Court proceedings for a fifteen-
year-old did not comply with the requirements of the Fourteenth Amendment.
In re Gault (No. 116). Argued: December 6, 1966 ...... Individualized Justice, 79
Harv.L.Rev. 775, 794-795 (1966) (hereinafter cited as Harvard Law Review Note)
View this case and other resources at: Citation. U.S. 358 (1970) Brief Fact
Summary. A preponderance of evidence found that Winship (D), a.
In re Debs, Latin: “In the matter of Debs”, legal case in which the U.S. Supreme ...
The president and founder of the ARU, Eugene V. Debs, was concerned about ...