Jure Coronae Law and Legal Definition
Jure coronae refer to a right or prerogative which belongs to the Crown; a royal right, such as in regards to taxation, treaties and war, land or pardons.
By the law of England, when possession is taken of territories, the king, Jure Coronae, has the power of legislation until parliament shall interfere. [American Ins. Co. v. 356 Bales of Cotton, 26 U.S. 511 (U.S. 1828)].