In-re meaning

ĭn rā', rē'
In the matter of. Used in case captions to designate cases that lack parties, such as one concerning the probate of a will.
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In regard to.
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In the matter (of); concerning.
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In regard to. Used in the title of cases involving an interest in property.
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(chiefly law) In the matter of; with regard to.
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Origin of in-re

  • Latin in rē in in ablative of rēs thing, matter
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Latin, literally meaning "in the matter [of]"
    From Wiktionary