Duhaime's Law Dictionary Jure Coronae Definition: A right of the Crown. Related Terms: Jura Regalia, Royal Prerogative Also jus coronae.A right or prerogative which belongs exclusively to the Crown; a royal right, such as in regards to taxation, treaties and war, land or pardons.Many of these have survived in time, simply renamed as rights which vest in the Government or the state. One of the more controversial examples is underground mineral rights.Other examples of jure coronae have included:Title to any wreck;1Forfeiture of property used for superstitious (magic, witchcraft) purposes;2Cattle found on the King's lands;3Enemy vessels seized during war (prize vessels);4All land which has no owner on title.5REFERENCES:Britton v. Cole, 90 E.R. 574 [NOTE 3]Home v. Camden, 2 E.R. 1028 [NOTE 4]Meath (Bishop of) v. Winchester, 6 E.R. 125 [NOTE 5] Wiggon v. Branthwait, 91 E.R. 1215 [NOTE 1]Woollaston v. A.-G., 2 E.R. 494 [NOTE 2] Categories & Topics: Dictionary of Latin Law Terms Always looking up definitions? Save time with our search provider (modern browsers only) If you find an error or omission in Duhaime's Law Dictionary, or if you have suggestion for a legal term, we'd love to hear from you!