Justice

Justice in Asia

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Justice: noun

  • aequitas
  • equitableness
  • equity
  • fairmindedness
  • fair play
  • fair treatment
  • fairness
  • freedom from bias
  • impartiality
  • iustitia
  • justness
  • objectivity
  • probity
  • propriety
  • reason
  • reasonableness
  • rectitude
  • reparation
  • retribution
  • right
  • righteousness
  • rightfulness
  • uprighteousness
  • Associated Concepts: due administration of justice
  • ends of justice
  • equity
  • fleeing from justice
  • fugitive from justice
  • in furtherance ofjustice
  • in the interests of justice
  • miscarriage ofjustice
  • obstructing justice
  • preventive justice
  • speedy justice
  • substantial justice foreign phrases: Melior est justifia vere praeveniens quam severe puniens
  • Truly preventive justice is better than severe punishment
  • Justifia non est neganda non differenda
  • Justice is neither to be denied nor delayed
  • In re propria iniquum admodum est alicui licentiam tribuere sententiae
  • It is unjust for anyone to assign to himself the privilege of deciding his own case
  • Sacramentum habet in se très comités
  • veritatem
  • justitiam
  • et judicium; veritus habendaest injurato;justitia etjusticium in judice
  • An oath has in it three componentstruth
  • justice
  • and judgment; truth in the party swearing; justice and judgment in the judge administering the oath
  • Justitia est constans et perpetua voluntas jus suum cuique tribuendi
  • Justice is the constant and perpetual means to render to each one his rights
  • Lex dilationes semper exhorret
  • The law always abhors delays
  • Boni judicis est ampliare justitiam
  • It is the duty of a good judge to make precedents which amplify justice
  • Discretio est scire per legem quid sit justum
  • Discretion consists in knowing through the law what is just
  • Justitia est duplex
  • viz
  • severepuniensetverepraeveniens
  • Justice is double
  • that is to say punishing severely
  • and truly preventing
  • Nulli vendemus
  • nulli negabimus
  • aut differemus rectum vel justitian
  • We will sell to none
  • we will deny to none
  • we will delay to none
  • either equity or justice
  • Justitia non novit patrem nec matrem; solum veritatem spectat justitia
  • Quod ad jus naturale attinet omnes homines aequales sunt
  • All men are equal as far as the natural law is concerned
  • Accipere quid ut justitiam facias
  • non est tam accipere quam extorquere
  • The acceptance of a reward for doing justice is not so much an acceptance as an extortion
  • Justitianemininegandaest
  • Justice is to be denied to no one
  • Plena et celeris justitia fiat partibus
  • Let full and speedy justice be done to the parties
  • Jure naturae aequum est neminem cum alterius detrimento et injuria fieri locupletiorem
  • According to the laws of nature
  • it is just that no one should be enriched by the detriment and injury of another
  • Fiat justitia
  • ruat coelum
  • Let right be done
  • Nihilmagisjustum est quam quod necessarium est
  • Nothing is more just than what is necessary
  • Lex non deficit in justitia exhibenda
  • The law does not fail in dispensing justice
  • Bonus judex secundum aequum et bonum judicat
  • et aequitatem stricto juripraefert
  • Good judges decide according to what is just and right
  • Good judges decide according to what is just and right
  • and prefer equity to strict law
  • Lex plus laudatur quando ratione probatur
  • The law is most praiseworthy when it is consistent with reason
  • Vigilantibus et non dormientibus jura subveniunt
  • The laws aid the vigilant and not those who slumber
  • Judex bonus nihil ex arbitrio suo faciat
  • nec propositione domesticae voluntatis
  • The acceptance of a reward for doing justice is not so much an acceptance as an extortion
  • Justitianemininegandaest
  • Justice is to be denied to no one
  • Plena et celeris justitia fiat partibus
  • Let full and speedy justice be done to the parties
  • Jure naturae aequum est neminem cum alterius detrimento et injuria fieri locupletiorem
  • According to the laws of nature
  • it is just that no one should be enriched by the detriment and injury of another
  • Fiat justitia
  • ruat coelum
  • Let right be done
  • though the heavens fall
  • Nihilmagisjustum est quam quod necessarium est
  • Nothing is more just than what is necessary
  • Lex non deficit in justitia exhibenda
  • The law does not fail in dispensing justice
  • Bonus judex secundum aequum et bonum judicat
  • et aequitatem stricto juripraefert
  • Good judges decide according to what is just and right
  • and prefer equity to strict law
  • Lex plus laudatur quando ratione probatur
  • The law is most praiseworthy when it is consistent with reason
  • Vigilantibus et non dormientibus jura subveniunt
  • The laws aid the vigilant and not those who slumber
  • Judex bonus nihil ex arbitrio suo faciat
  • nec propositione domesticae voluntatis
  • sedjuxta leges et jurapronunciet
  • A good judge should do nothing of his own arbitrary will
  • nor on the dictate of his personal wishes
  • but should decide according to law and justice
  • Qui aliquid statuerit
  • parte inaudita altera
  • aequum licet dixerit
  • haud aequumfecerit
  • He who decides anything without hearing both sides
  • although he may decide correctly
  • has by no means acted justly
  • Fraus et jus nunquam cohabitant
  • Fraud and justice never dwell together
  • Festinatio justitiae est noverca infortunii
  • The hastening of justice is the stepmother of misfortune
  • Commodum ex injuria sua non habere debet
  • No person ought to derive any advantage by his own wrong
  • Veritas habenda est injuratore;justitia etjudicium in judice
  • Truth should be possessed by a juror; justice and judgment by a judge
  • Jus est ars boni et aequi
  • Law is the science of what is good and just
  • Lex est dictamen rationis
  • Law is the dictate of reason
  • Lex est ratio summa
  • quae jubet quae sunt utilia et necessaria et contraria prohibet
  • nonpraecedere
  • Power ought to follow justice
  • not precede it
  • Summa caritas est facere justitiam singulis
  • et omni tempore quando necessefuerit
  • The greatest charity is to do justice to everyone
  • and at all time when it is necessary

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