An English Version of Legal Maxims; With the Original Forms, Alphabetically Arranged, and an Index of Subjects

An English Version of Legal Maxims; With the Original Forms, Alphabetically Arranged, and an Index of Subjects

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 edition. Excerpt: ... of the land. 1632. The omission of those things which are silently understood is of no consequence. 1633. Every act is to be estimated by the intention of the doer: the cause of vice and virtue proceeds from the will 1634. Every animate thing loves itself first, and seeks its own safety first of all. 1635. Every body is subject to change: nothing mortal is immutable. 1637. Every law either commands consent, creates a necessity, or confirms a custom.' 1638. Every law and every action is finished and circumscribed by the time of the injury. OMXE MA-IUS CONTIXET IN RE MINUS, MINUS IN SE COMPLECTI-I 1640. It is the part of wisdom to exhaust negotiation ' before resorting to arms. OMNIA PRIUS VERBIS EXPERIRI QUAM ARMIS SAPIENTEM DECET.----(1'1-115. 1641. Every thing more worthy draws to it the less worthy, although the less worthy be the more ancient. OMS!-I MAGUS DXGNUM TR.-HlT AD SF. MINUS DIGXUM, QUAMVIS 1642. Every evil at its birth is easily rooted out; when grown old, it mostly becomes stronger. 1644. Whatever is built upon the realty becomes a part of the realty. 1648. All subjects are bound to defend the State with all their lives and all their possessions. 1649. Every one has liberty to renounce those rights which have been granted in his favor. 1650. All sisters are, as it were, one heir to one inheritance. 1651. All subjects are the king's servants. omxas SUBDITI sum' naeis s1-."avI.---Jenk. Cent. 126. 1653. The laws approve all.things agreeable to God, useful to men, honorable to the State, just and advantageous to private persons, and impose themselves upon every one according to his faculties. 1654. Let all things be done honorably and in order. 1658. All things are presumed in hatred of more

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