Sorry for the mistake Autrefois convict is not a Latin term it's a French term. ( you need not remember all this stuff for your exam only meaning and term is important.)😊 Both of these terms have appeared in Clat 2017.
Autrefois convict is a plea made by a defendant in a case when s/he is indicted for a crime or misdemeanor. By this plea, a defendant can claim that s/he was charged of the same crime under substantially same facts. The defendant should also prove that s/he was convicted for the offense.
Bona vacantia (Latin for "ownerless goods") is a legal concept associated with property that has no owner. It exists in various jurisdictions, with consequently varying application, but with origins mostly in English law.
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