CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 29 of 37)

Omnia delicta in aperto leviora sunt

All crimes done in public are taken lightly.

Omnia praesumuntur contra spoliatorem

Presumption is made for everything against a wrongdoer.

Omnis innovatio plus novitate perturbat quam utilitate prodeat

Rather than benefitting by its utility, every invention disturbs more by its novelty.

Optima legum interpres est consuetudo

Customs interpret the laws in best manner.

Optimus interpres rerum est usus

Usage interprets things in best manner.

Pacta privata juri publico non derogare possunt

Private contracts cannot derogate from public law.

Par delictum

Similar wrong.

Pari passu

At the same step.

Partus sequitur ventrem

The child follows the foot steps of his mother.

Pater est quem nuptiae demonstrant

The marriage justifies the right of father.

Peccata contra naturam sunt gravissima

Most serious crimes are wrong against the nature.

Pendente lite nihil innovetur

Everything should remain constant during mitigation.

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