CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 13 of 37)

Frustra probatur quod probatum non relevat

When a proof is not reliable, it is a proof of vain.

Furor contrahi matrimonium non sinit, quia consensus opus est

A marriage done in insanity is not considered as consent is needed.

Generale nihil certum implicat

Nothing is implied by general expression.

Generalia praecedunt, specialia sequuntur

General things lack behing, special things follow.

Generalia specialibus non derogant

General facts are not derived from special things.

Generalis regula generaliter est intelligenda

General rule needs to be understood truly.

Gravius est divinam quam temporalem laedere majestatem

Hurting divine is more serious crime than hurting temporal majesty.

Habeas corpus

That you have the body.

Habemus optimum testem confitentem reum

The best witness is a confessing defendant.

Haeredem est nomen collectum

Heir is a collective name.

Haeres est nomen juris, filius est nomen naturae

Law has termed heir.

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