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Latin. Comity of laws; being that courtesy which the laws of one country shows to the laws of another in questions in which the laws of either may be involved. This comity is not, however, extended to any case where the laws of the foreign country are contrary to the known policy, or prejudicial to the interests of the country in which the question arises and has to be decided.

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