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LEGAL MAXIM
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One ought to be subject to the law of the place where he offends.
      - Wingate's Maxims (113) [Legal Maxims]

In disjunctives it is sufficient that either part be true.
      - Wingate's Maxims (13, max. 9),
        also Broom's Legal Maxims (max. 592)
        [Legal Maxims]

Subsequent words, added for the purpose of certainty, are to be referred to the preceding words which require the certainty.
      - Wingate's Maxims (167, max. 53),
        also Broom's Legal Maxims (max. 586)
        [Legal Maxims]

Circuitry is to avoided; and it is the duty of a good judge to determine litigations, lest one lawsuit arise out of another.
      - Wingate's Maxims (179),
        also Broom's Legal Maxims (max. 343)
        [Legal Maxims]

False spelling does not vitiate a deed.
      - Wingate's Maxims (19), also Bart Max
         (164) [Legal Maxims]

Extremities, or mere subtleties of law are not rules of law.
      - Wingate's Maxims (19),
        also Broom's Legal Maxims (max. 188)
        [Legal Maxims]

Relative words refer to the next antecedent, unless the sense be thereby impaired.
      - Wingate's Maxims (19),
        also Broom's Legal Maxims (max. 606)
        [Legal Maxims]

The impediment being removed, the action rises.
      - Wingate's Maxims (20) [Legal Maxims]

In whatever thing one offends, in that is he rightfully to be punished.
      - Wingate's Maxims (204, max. 58)
        [Legal Maxims]

The explanation should arise out of the whole subject matter; the exposition of a statute should be made from all its parts together.
      - Wingate's Maxims (238) [Legal Maxims]

The words of a statute must not be departed from.
      - Wingate's Maxims (25) [Legal Maxims]

Too much subtlety in law is discontenanced.
      - Wingate's Maxims (26) [Legal Maxims]

The title and exposition of a thing ought to be derived from, or given, or made with reference to, the more worthy degree, quality, or species of it.
      - Wingate's Maxims (265, max. 75)
        [Legal Maxims]

The denial of a conclusion is error in law.
      - Wingate's Maxims (268) [Legal Maxims]

No one is punished for another's wrong.
      - Wingate's Maxims (336) [Legal Maxims]

No one is bound to accuse himself.
      - Wingate's Maxims (486) [Legal Maxims]

It concerns the state that crimes remain not unpunished.
      - Wingate's Maxims (501) [Legal Maxims]

Whose it is to give, his it is to dispose.
      - Wingate's Maxims (53) [Legal Maxims]

An assignee uses the right of his principal.
      - Wingate's Maxims (56) [Legal Maxims]

No one can transfer a greater right to another than he himself has.
      - Wingate's Maxims (56) [Legal Maxims]

A person intending to deceive deals in general terms.
      - Wingate's Maxims (636),
        also Broom's Legal Maxims (max. 289)
        [Legal Maxims]

On one is bound to arm his adversary against himself.
      - Wingate's Maxims (665) [Legal Maxims]

Fraud and justice never dwell together.
      - Wingate's Maxims (680) [Legal Maxims]

Sunday is not a court day, or day for judicial proceedings, or legal purposes.
      - Wingate's Maxims (7, max. 5),
        also Bloom's Legal Maxims (max. 21)
        [Legal Maxims]

A thing which has no effect in law is not an impediment.
      - Wingate's Maxims (727) [Legal Maxims]


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