Verba debent intelligi cum effectu

Intention of words needs to be known.

Verba intentioni, non e contra, debent inservire

Derive only intention from words.


Exactly by one by one word.

Vi et armis

With the force and arms.

Via antiqua via est tuta

The safest way is the old way.

Vice versa




Vigilantibus non dormientibus jura subveniunt

People who are awake get benefitted by laws.

Vir et uxor consentur in lege una persona

Law considers husband and wife as one person.

Visitationem commendamus

Visitation must be there.



Volenti non fit injuria

If one gives consent to be hurt, he is not said to be injured.

Voluntas in delictis non exitus spectatur

A crime is decided upon intention and not the final result.

Voluntas reputatur pro facto

The will is taken for the deed.

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