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LEGAL MAXIMS
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That is the highest law which favors religion.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 19)

Where there is a right, there is a remedy.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 191, 204)

The law will always give a remedy.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 192)

That which is without remedy avails of itself, if there be no fault in the party seeking to enforce it.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 212)

A man cannot be a judge and a party in his own cause.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 216)

Fraud is not purged by circuity.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 228)

A thing which is inevitable by the act of God, which no industry can avoid, nor policy prevent, will not be construed to the prejudice of any person in whom there was no laches.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 230)

The law does not compel the doing of impossibilities.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 242)

No one is bound to an impossibility.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 244)

There is no obligation to do impossible things.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 249)

The law does nothing in vain.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 252)

The law regards the order of nature.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 252)

Ignorance of the fact excuses; ignorance of the law excuses not.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 253)

A frivolous fear is not a legal excuse.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 256)

They are not considered to consent who commit a mistake.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 262)

Ignorance of those things which one is bound to know excuses not.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 267)

A court is not at liberty to disregard the letter of a statute, in favor of supposed intention.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 268)

Use your property in such a manner as not to injure that of another.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 268, 365)

A derogatory clause does not impede things from being dissolved by the same power by which they are created.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 27)

A personal injury does not receive satisfaction from a future course of proceeding.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 278)

He does not appear to have retained consent, who has changed anything through menaces.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 278)

No man can obtain an advantage by his own wrong.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 279)

He vainly invokes the aid of the law who transgresses the law.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 279, 297)

It is no new thing that prior statutes should give place to later ones.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 28)

A later statute takes away the effect of a prior one.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 29)


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