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LEGAL MAXIMS
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[ Also see Law ]

The king is not bound by any statute, unless expressly named.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 72)

Out of a base consideration, an action does not arise.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 730, 732)

Agreements founded upon an immoral consideration are not to be observed.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 732)

A contract cannot arise out of an act radically vicious and illegal.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 734)

A right does not rise out of a wrong.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 738)

From an illegal contract an action does not arise.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 742)

A naked contract is where there is no consideration except the agreement; but, where there is a consideration, it becomes an obligation and gives a right of action.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 745, 750)

A naked agreement does not beget an obligation.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 746)

No one can renounce the country in which he was born, not adjure the obligation of his allegiance.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 75)

Every ratification relates back and is equivalent to a prior authority.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 757)

It is certain that, although the vendor has not given a special guaranty, an action em empto lies against him, if the purchaser is evicted.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 768)

Let a buyer beware; for he ought not to be ignorant of what they are when he buys the rights of another.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 768)

The purchaser who has been evicted in whole or in part has an action against the vendor.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 768)

It is evident that no one is able of his own pleasure, to do away with his proper origin.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 77)

Equal knowledge on both sides makes contracting parties equal.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 772)

Whatever money is paid, is paid according to the direction of the payer; whatever money is received, is received according to that of the recipient.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 810)

Whatever is received is received according to the intention of the recipient.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 810),
        also Halkerston's Latin Maxims (149)

He who does a thing by an agent is considered as doing it himself.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 817)

That system of law is best which confides as little as possible to the discretion of the judge; that judge the best who relies as little as possible on his own opinion.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 84)

He is the best judge who relies as little as possible on his own discretion.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 84), also Bacon's Aphorisms (46)

In contracts, matters of custom and usage are tacitly implied.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 842)

Ratification is equivalent to express command.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 867)

It is natural for a thing to be unbound in the same way in which it was bound.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 877)

Laws are abrogated by the same means by which they are made.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 878)

Whose right it is to institute, his right it is to abrogate.
      - Legal Maxim, Broom's Legal Maxims
         (max. 878, note)


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