CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 22 of 37)

Lex nil frustra facit

The law does not do useless things.

Lex non a rege est violanda

Even the king should not contradict law.

Lex non deficere potest in justitia exhibenda

The law has to give justice.

Lex non favet delicatorum votis

The law is unfavourable to dainty’s wishes.

Lex non novit patrem, nec matrem; solam veritatem

The law does not consider blood relations but only the truth.

Lex non oritur ex injuria

A small injury does not give ground for enactment of law.

Lex non requirit verificari quod apparet curiae

The law does not witness to what it can see.

Lex plus laudatur quando ratione probatur

The law should be supported by cause to be appraised.

Lex prospicit not respicit

The law looks in future and not past.

Lex punit mendaciam

The law punishes the wrong.

Lex rejicit superflua, pugnatia, incongrua

Law is against superfluous, contradictory and incongruous things.

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