Quaere

Quaere is legal Latin, literally meaning `inquire` or `query`. In legal drafting it is usually used to indicate that the person expressing the view that precedes the phrase may not adhere to the hypothesis following it. For example: The word Quaere has occasionally, as a result of misunderstanding, appeared on maps or in gazetteers. The column...
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Quaere

• (v. imperative.) Inquire; question; see; -- used to signify doubt or to suggest investigation.
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Quaere

Consider whether it is correct
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Quaere

Quaere , invenire, vincere To seek, to find, to defeat (conquer).
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Quaere

Quaere is Latin for Inquire
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Quaere

Quaere, invenire, vincere. To seek, to find, to defeat [conquer].
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Quaere

The Latin term 'Quaere' means, in a UK legal context: 'consider whether it is correct'.
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quaere

to introduce a question or issue
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