CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 24 of 37)

Mala in se

Wrong himself.

Mala prohibita

Crimes curbed.

Malitia supplet aesatem

Malice supplies age.

Malo animo

With wrong intention.


We command.

Maximus magister erroris populus est

Error is always done by persons.

Melior est conditio possidentis, ubi neuter jus habet

When both are wrong, the possessor has strong position.

Melior testatoris in testamentis spectanda est

What the testator intends is important in will.

Meliorem conditionem suam facere potest minor deteriorem nequaquam

A minor can always benefit himself, never harm.

Mens rea

A state of mind where person feels guilty.

Mentiri est contra mentem ire

When one lies, he contradicts the mind.

Merito beneficium legis amittit, qui legem ipsam subvertere intendit

One wo tries to over rule law, loses its benefit.

Minatur innocentibus qui parcit nocentibus

One who leaves the guilty free, causes fear to the innocent.

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