CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Maxims Revision (Page 4 of 37)

Argumentum ad hominem

A person changes his view through an argument.

Argumentum ad ignoratiam

An ignorant argument. (i. e. of one’s adversary).

Arma in armatos sumere jura sinunt

The laws permit to raise arms in front of the armed.

Assentio mentium

Mutual assent.

Assignatus utitur jure auctoris

An assignee gets his right as assignor.

Audi alteram partem

Hear the other side of the case.

Aula regis

The King’s Court.

Benignior sententia in verbis generalibus seu dubiis est preferenda

Words, general or doubtful forms the case.

Bis dat qui cito dat

One who pays immediately, pays more (twice).

Bona fide

Sincere, in good faith.

Bona vacantia

Goods with no owner.

Boni judicis est ampliare jurisdictionem

A judge may enlarge his area of jurisdiction, i. e. , remedial authority.

Boni judicis est judicium sine dilatione mandare executioni

A good judge should immediately put into action his judgement.

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