CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 23 of 37)

Lex spectat naturae ordinem

Order of nature is considered by law.

Lex succurrit ignoranti

The law succors the ignorant.

Lex tutissima cassis, sub clypeo legis nemo decipitur

A person cannot be cheated under the safest shield of law.

Lex uno ore omnes alloquitur

The law regards everyone as equal.

Longa possessio est pads jus

Law of peace recommends long possession.

Longa possessio parit jus possidendi et tollit actionem vero domino

Long possession gives the right of possession, regardless of his action for it.

Magister rerum usus; magistra rerum experientia

Use is the master of things; experience is the mistress of things.

Major continet in se minus

The less is contained in greater.

Majus est delictum se ipsum occidere quam alium

Killing yourself is a bigger crime than killing others.

Mala fide

In bad faith.

Mala grammatica non vitiat chartam

A deed is not revoked by use of wrong grammar.

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