Equity

Equity in Asia

Definition of Equity in Equity in the Legal Dictionary. See encyclopedic entry about Equity In the Legal Wiki Encyclopedia: Equity.

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Equity: (Justice), noun

  • aequitas
  • aequum
  • chancery
  • evenhandedness
  • fairmindedness
  • fair treatment
  • fairness
  • honesty
  • ideal justice
  • impartial justice
  • iustitia
  • justice
  • justice as distinguished from conformity to enactments or statutes
  • justice ascertained by natural reason
  • justice under the law
  • justness
  • natural right
  • quality of being equal and fair
  • reasonableness
  • recourse to the principles of natural justice
  • redress
  • remedial justice
  • right dealing
  • righteousness
  • rightfulness
  • spirit of the law
  • unwritten law
  • uprightness
  • Associated Concepts: balance of equities
  • chancery’
  • equitable right
  • equity action
  • equityjurisdiction
  • existing equities
  • suit in equityforeign phrases: Nihil tarn conveniens est naturali aequitati quam unumquodque dissolvi eo ligamine quo ligatum est
  • Nothing is so agreeable to natural equity as that a thing should be dissolved by the same means by which it was bound
  • Lexaequitategaudet;appetitperjectum; est norma recti
  • The law delights in equity; it grasps at perfection; it is a rule of right
  • In fictione juris semper aequitas existit
  • In a fiction of law
  • equity is always present
  • Equitas sequitur legem
  • Equity follows the law
  • Lex respicit aequitatem
  • The law regards equity
  • Ratio in jure aequitas integra
  • Reason in law is impartial equity
  • Nulli vendemus
  • nulli negabimus
  • aut differemus rectum veljustitian
  • We will sell to none
  • we will deny to none
  • we will delay to none
  • either equity or justice
  • Judex ante oculos aequitatem semper habere debet
  • A judge ought always to have equity before his eyes
  • Aequitas supervacua odit
  • Equity abhors superfluous things
  • Aequitas uxoribus
  • liberis
  • creditoribus maxime favet
  • Equity favors wives and children
  • creditors most of all
  • Aequitas est quasi aequalitas
  • Equity is as it were equality
  • Aequum et bonum est lex legum
  • That which is equitable and right is the law of laws
  • In omnibus quidem
  • maxime tamen injure
  • aequitas spectanda sit
  • but especially in law
  • equity should be regarded
  • Prima pars aequitatis aequalitas
  • The prime element of equity is equality
  • Nemo allegans suam turpitudinem audien dus est
  • No one should be permitted to testify as a witness to his own baseness or wickedness
  • Nemo ex suo delicto meliorem suam conditionem facerepotest
  • No one can improve his condition by his own misdeed
  • Jure naturae aequum est neminem cum alterius detrimento et injuriaJieri locupletiorem
  • According to the laws of nature
  • it is just that no one should be enriched by the detriment and injury of another
  • Nihil iniquius quam aequitatem nimis intendere
  • Nothing is more unjust than to extend equity too far
  • Judex aequitatem semper spectare debet
  • A judge ought always to regard equity
  • et aequitatem stricto juri praefert
  • Good judges decide according to what is just and right
  • and prefer equity to strict law
  • Si aliquid ex solemmbus deficiat
  • cum aequitasposcit
  • subveniendum est
  • If anything is deficient in formal requisites
  • If anything is deficient in formal requisites
  • where equity requires it
  • it should be supplied
  • Aequitas nunquam contravenit legis
  • Equity never counteracts the laws
  • Aequitas non facit jus
  • sed juri auxiliatur
  • Equity does not make law
  • Nemo allegans suam turpitudinem audien dus est
  • No one should be permitted to testify as a witness to his own baseness or wickedness
  • Nemo ex suo delicto meliorem suam conditionem facerepotest
  • No one can improve his condition by his own misdeed
  • Jure naturae aequum est neminem cum alterius detrimento et injuriaJieri locupletiorem
  • According to the laws of nature
  • it is just that no one should be enriched by the detriment and injury of another
  • Nihil iniquius quam aequitatem nimis intendere
  • Nothing is more unjust than to extend equity too far
  • Judex aequitatem semper spectare debet
  • A judge ought always to regard equity
  • Bonus judex secundum aequum et bonum judicat
  • et aequitatem stricto juri praefert
  • Good judges decide according to what is just and right
  • and prefer equity to strict law
  • Si aliquid ex solemmbus deficiat
  • cum aequitasposcit
  • subveniendum est
  • If anything is deficient in formal requisites
  • where equity requires it
  • it should be supplied
  • Aequitas nunquam contravenit legis
  • Equity never counteracts the laws
  • Aequitas non facit jus
  • sed juri auxiliatur
  • Equity does not make law
  • but assists law
  • Aequitas ignorantiae opitulatur
  • oscitantiae non item
  • Equity assists ignorance
  • but not carelessness
  • Vigilantibus et non dormientibus jura subveniunt
  • The laws aid the vigilant and not those who slumber
  • Aequitas agit in personam
  • Equity acts upon the person
  • Jure naturae aequum est neminem cum alterius detrimento et injuriaJieri locupletiorem
  • By natural law it is not just that any one should be enriched by the detriment or injury of another
  • Hoc quidem perquam durum est
  • sed ita lex scripta est
  • This indeed is exceedingly hard
  • but such is the written law
  • Nemo debet aliena jactura locupletari
  • No one ought to gain by another’s loss
  • Frustra legis auxilium quaerit qui in legem committit
  • He vainly seeks the aid of the law who transgresses the law
  • Commodum ex injuria sua non habere debet
  • No person ought to derive any advantage by his own wrong
  • Nemo ex proprio dolo consequitur actionem
  • No one acquires a right of action from his own fraud

Equity: (Share of ownership), noun

  • allotment
  • apportionment
  • claim
  • division
  • interest
  • investment
  • part
  • portion
  • right
  • stake
  • vested interest

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Equity in Other Legal Encyclopedias

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Equity Equity in the Australian Legal Wiki Encyclopedia.

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