Latin, meaning The laws sometimes sleep, but never die.
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- DORMANT Literally, sleeping; hence inactive; in abeyance; unknown; concealed. Dormant claim. One which is in abeyance.…
- VIGILANTIBUS NON DORMIENTIBUS JURA SUBVENIUNT Latin, meaning The laws serve the vigilant, not those who sleep.
- INTENTIO INSERVIRE DEBET LEGIBUS NON LEGES INTENTIONI Latin, meaning Intention ought to be subservient to the laws, not the laws to the…
- LEGES POSTERIORES PRIORES CONTRARIAS ABROGANT Latin, meaning Subsequent laws repeal prior conflicting ones.
- INTERPRETARE ET CONCORDARE LEGES LEGIBUS EST OPTIMUS… Latin, meaning To interpret and harmonize laws is the best method of interpretation.
- ITER ARMA LEGES SILENT Latin, meaning In war the laws are silent.
- LEX ALIQUANDO SEQUITUR AEQUITATEM Latin, meaning The law sometimes follows equity.
- LEGES Lat. Laws. At Rome, the leges (the decrees of the people in a strict sense)…