Lat. Under; upon. Sub colore Juris. Under color of right; under a show or appearance of right or rightful power. Sub conditione. Upon condition. The proper words to express a condition in a conveyance, and to create an estate upon condition. Graves v. Deterling, 120 N. Y. 447, 24 N. EL 655. Sub disjunctione. In the alternative. Fleta, lib. 2, c. 60, f 21. Sub Judice. Under or before a judge or court; under judicial consideration; undetermined. 12 East, 409. Sub modo. Under a qualification; subject to a restriction or condition. Sub nomine. Under the name: in the name of; under the title of. Sub pede sigilli. Under the foot of the seal; under seal. 1 Strange, 521. Sub potestate. Under, or subject to, the power of another; used of a wife, child, slave, or other person not sui juris. Sub salvo et seonro condnctn. Under safe and secure conduct 1 Strange, 430. Words in the old writ of habeas corpus. Sub silontio. Under silence; without any notice being taken. Passing a thing sub silcntio may be evidence of consent-Sub spe reconciliationis. Under the hope of reconcilement. 2 Kent, Comm. 127. Sub suo pericnlo. At his own risk. Fleta, lib. 2, c. 5,
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