CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 35 of 37)


Let the thing remain, do not erase it.

Sub modo


Sub nomine

Under the name of.

Sub silentio

In silence.

Sublata causa, tollitur effectus

If the reason for act is removed, there is no effect.

Sublato fundamento, cadit opus

If the base is removed, the structure falls.

Subsequens matrimonium tollit peccatum praecedens

Everything wrong done before marriage is removed by subsequent marriage.

Suggestio falsi

Suggesting a false thing.

Sui generis


Summa ratio est quae pro religione facit

Religion serves the highest cause.

Suppressio veri expressio falsi

Hiding truth is similar to speaking false.

Suppressio veri

Suppressing the truth.

Talis qualis

As it is.

Terra firma

Firm base.

Testamenta latissimam interpretationem habere debent

Testaments should have a fine, lengthy interpretation.

Traditio loqui chartam facit

Action should be expressed by speech.

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