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When you are the de jure liege of a title but not its de facto controller, you can press a "de jure claim" to gain control. Unlike personal claims, de jure claims cannot be lost unless you lose control of de jure liege title.
 
When you are the de jure liege of a title but not its de facto controller, you can press a "de jure claim" to gain control. Unlike personal claims, de jure claims cannot be lost unless you lose control of de jure liege title.
  
When the {{icon|soa}}[[Sons of Abraham]] DLC is active, de jure wars cannot be used against [[holy orders]] of the same religion (unless they have been [[Decisions#Holy_Order|expelled]]).
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When the [[Sons of Abraham]] DLC is active, de jure wars cannot be used against [[holy orders]] of the same religion (unless they have been [[Decisions#Holy_Order|expelled]]).
  
 
===[[File:CB de jure claim.png]] De jure claim on county===
 
===[[File:CB de jure claim.png]] De jure claim on county===

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