CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 10 of 37)

Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat

The onus of proving is on one who complains and not on one who defends.

Ei incumbit probatio qui

The burdern of proof is on a person.

Error, qui non resistitur approbatur

A mistake not declared, is considered accepted.

Et cetera

Different things in same category.

Ex cathedra

Officially authorized.

Ex concessis

That which has been already accepted.

Ex dolo malo actio non oritur

A fraud snatches away your right of action.

Ex facie

On that basis.

Ex gratia


Ex nihilo nil fit

Nothing comes.

Ex nudo pacto actio non oritur

A duty does not come up when the contract is without consideration.

Ex post facto

Due to particular action.

Ex praecedentibus et consequentibus optima fit interpretatio

The best interpretation can be made from things behind and following.

Ex turpi causa non oritur actio

An immoral contract imposes no action.

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