CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 27 of 37)

Nemo prohibetur pluribus defensionibus uti

One can use as many as defences as he wants.

Nemo punitur pro alieno delicto

Punishment of crime by one cannot be given to other person.

Nemo se accusare debet, nisi coram deo

Accusation should be made only in front of God.

Nemo tenetur accusare se ipsum nisi coram deo

A person is free not to accept accusation except in front of God.

Nemo tenetur armare adversarium contra se

A person is not liable to prepare his adversary against him.



Nihil quod est inconveniens est licitum

Anything that causes inconvenience is unlawful.

Nil facit error nominis cum de corpore constat

A crime cannot be done off if there is an error in name but same body, as instrument has committed the crime.



Non compus mentis

Lunatic and not having understanding.

Non constat

It is uncertain.

Non decipitur qui scit se decipi

One who knows he is cheated is not cheated.

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