Nemo cogitur suam rem vendere, etiam justo pretio

A person cannot be forced to sell his own property, even if a good price is given to him.

Nemo contra factum suum venire potest

A person cannot revoke his own deed.

Nemo debet esse judex in propria causa

A judge cannot judge his own case.

Nemo plus juris transferre ad alium potest quam ipse habet

A person cannot give more right to another than what he has.

Nemo potest contra recordum verificare per patriam

A person cannot be verified by the country, against the record.

Nemo potest esse tenens et dominus

A person cannot be tenant and landlord of the same building at one time.

Nemo potest facere per alium, quod per se non potest

A person, what he cannot do himself, cannot force others to do it.

Nemo potest mutare consilium suum in alterius injuriam

If one is injured, a person need not change his objective.

Nemo praesumitur esse immemor suae aeternae salutis et maxime in articulo mortis

Presumption about forgetting eternal welfare is not made, specifically at the time of death.

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