Presumption

Presumption in Asia

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Presumption: noun

  • anticipation
  • assumption
  • belief
  • conception
  • coniectura
  • conjecture
  • deduction
  • ground for believing
  • hypothesis
  • inference
  • likelihood
  • opinio
  • opinion
  • postulate
  • predilection
  • predisposition
  • premise
  • presupposition
  • probability
  • reasonable supposition
  • required assumption
  • required legal assumption
  • speculation
  • strong probability
  • supposition
  • surmise Associated Concepts: conclusive presumption
  • disputable presumption
  • presumption against suicide
  • presumption of authority
  • presumption of constitutionality
  • presumption of continuance
  • presumption of death
  • presumption of delivery
  • presumption of innocence
  • presumption of knowledge
  • presumption of law
  • presumption of legitimacy
  • presumption of regularity
  • rebuttable presumption
  • statutory presumptionforeign phrases: Cuicunque aliquis quid concedit concedere videtur et id
  • sine quo res ipsa esse non potuit
  • One who grants anything to another is held to grant also that without which the thing is worthless
  • Lex judicat de rebus necessario faciendis quasi re ipsafactis
  • The law judges of things which must necessarily be done as if they were actually done
  • Novatio non praesumitur
  • A novation is not presumed
  • Nemo praesumitur malus
  • No one is presumed to be wicked
  • Nemo praesumitur ludere in extremis
  • No one is presumed to be jesting while at the point of death
  • Nihil nequam est praesumendum
  • Nothing wicked should be presumed
  • Semper praesumitur pro legitimatione puerorum
  • The presumption always is in favor of the legitimacy of children
  • Stabitpraesumptio donee probetur in contrarium
  • A presumption stands until the contrary is proven
  • Praesumptiones sunt conjecturae exsigno verisimili ad probandum assumptae
  • Presumptions are conjectures from probable proof
  • assumed for purposes of proof
  • Frausestodiosaetnonpraesumenda
  • Fraud is odious and will not be presumed
  • Donatio non praesumitur
  • A gift is not presumed to have been made
  • Nemo praesumitur donare
  • No one is presumed to have made a gift
  • Favorabiliores rei
  • potius quam adores
  • habentur
  • The condition of the defendant is to be favored rather than that of the plaintiff
  • Nobiliores et benigniorespraesumptiones in dubiis sunt praeferendae
  • the more generous and more benign presumptions are to be preferred
  • Nullum iniquum est praesumendum in jure
  • Nothing iniquitous is to be presumed in law
  • Quisquís praesumitur bonus; et semper in dubiis pro reo respondendum
  • Everyone is presumed to be good; and in doubtful cases it should be resolved in favor of the accused
  • Praesumitur pro legitimatione
  • There is a presumption in favor of legitimacy
  • Semper praesumitur pro matrimonio
  • The presumption is always in favor of the validity of a marriage
  • Malum non praesumitur
  • Evil is not presumed
  • Propossessionepraesumitur de jure
  • A presumption of law arises from possession
  • Praesumptio violenta
  • plena probatio
  • Semper qui non prohibet pro se intervenire
  • mandare creditur
  • He who does not prohibit the intervention of another in his behalf is deemed to have authorized it
  • Probatis extremis
  • praesumuntur media
  • The extremes having been proved
  • those things which lie between are presumed
  • those things which lie between are presumed
  • In favorem vitae
  • libertatis
  • et innocentiae
  • omnia praesumuntur
  • Every presumption is made in favor of life
  • liberty and innocence
  • Nulla impossibilia aut inhonesta suntpraesumenda; vera autem et honesta etpossibilia
  • Everyone is presumed to be good; and in doubtful cases it should be resolved in favor of the accused
  • Praesumitur pro legitimatione
  • There is a presumption in favor of legitimacy
  • Semper praesumitur pro matrimonio
  • The presumption is always in favor of the validity of a marriage
  • Malum non praesumitur
  • Evil is not presumed
  • Propossessionepraesumitur de jure
  • A presumption of law arises from possession
  • Praesumptio violenta
  • plena probatio
  • Strong presumption is full proof
  • Semper qui non prohibet pro se intervenire
  • mandare creditur
  • He who does not prohibit the intervention of another in his behalf is deemed to have authorized it
  • Probatis extremis
  • praesumuntur media
  • The extremes having been proved
  • those things which lie between are presumed
  • In favorem vitae
  • libertatis
  • et innocentiae
  • omnia praesumuntur
  • Every presumption is made in favor of life
  • liberty and innocence
  • Nulla impossibilia aut inhonesta suntpraesumenda; vera autem et honesta etpossibilia
  • No things that are impossible or dishonorable are to be presumed; but things that are true and honorable and possible
  • Omnia praesumuntur legitime facta donee probetur in contrarium
  • All things are presumed to be lawfully done
  • until the contrary is proven
  • Lex neminem cogit ostendere quod nescire praesumitur
  • The law compels no one to divulge that which he is presumed not to know
  • Injuria non praesumitur
  • A wrong is not presumed
  • Lexsuccurrit minoribus
  • The law assists minors
  • Melius est jus deficiens quam jus incertum
  • A deficient law is better than an uncertain one
  • Multa in jure communi contra rationem disputandi
  • pro communi utilitate introducta sunt
  • Many things have been introduced into the common law
  • which are contrary to the public good
  • which are inconsistent with sound reason
  • Non exemplis sed legibus judicandum est
  • Judgment should not be rendered from examples
  • but by the law
  • Id possumus quod de jure possumus
  • We may do only that which we are able to do lawfully
  • Idem est non probari et non esse; non deficit jus
  • sed probatio
  • What is not proved
  • The civil law is that law which the people establish for themselves
  • Lexprospicit
  • non respicit
  • The law looks forward
  • not backward
  • Lex rejicit superflua
  • pugnantia
  • incongrua
  • The law rejects those matters which are superfluous
  • repugnant
  • or incongruous
  • Lex semper dabit remedium
  • The law always furnishes a remedy
  • Contra legem facit qui idfacit quod lex prohibit; in fraudem vero qui
  • salvis verbis legis
  • sententiam ejus circumvenit
  • He who does what the law prohibits
  • acts in fraud of the law
  • the letter of the law being inviolate
  • cheats the spirit of it
  • Lesfictions naissent de la loi
  • et non la loi des fictions
  • Ubi non est directa lex
  • standum est arbitrio judicis
  • vel procedendum ad similia
  • Where there is no direct law
  • the decision of the judge is to be taken
  • or references to be made to similar cases
  • Consuetudo ex certa causa rationabili usitata privat communem legem
  • A custom
  • based on a certain and reasonable cause
  • supersedes the common law
  • Jus vendit quod usus approbavit
  • The law recommends what use or custom has approved
  • Laleyfavour lavie d’unhomme
  • The law favors human life
  • Actus legis nemini est damnosus
  • The act of the law shall prejudice no one
  • Matter en ley ne serra mise in bouche del jurors
  • A
  • matter of law shall not be put into the mouth of jurors
  • Equitas sequitur legem
  • Equity follows the law
  • Nonobligatlexnisipromulgata
  • Ignorance of the law is no excuse
  • Executio juris non habet injuriam
  • The execution of law does no injury
  • Ignorantia excusatur
  • non juris sed facti
  • Ignorance of fact may excuse
  • but not ignorance of law
  • Scire leges non hoc est verba earum tenere
  • sed vim ac potestatem
  • To know the laws is not to observe their words alone
  • but their force and power
  • Perpetua lex est nullam legem humanam ab positivam perpetuam esse
  • et clausula quae abrogationem excludit ab initio non valet
  • lt is a perpetual law that no human and positive law can be perpetual
  • and a clause Rin a lawi which precludes the power of abrogation or repeal is void from the beginning
  • Experientia per varios actus legem facit
  • magistra rerum experientia
  • Experience by various acts makes law
  • experience is the mistress of things
  • Nemo jus sibi dicere potest
  • No one can declare the law for himself
  • Lex aequitate gaudet; appetit perfectum; est norma recti
  • Optima est lex quae minimum relinquit arbitrio judicis; optimus judex qui minimum sibi
  • That is the best system of law which leaves the least to the discretion of the judge; that judge is the best who leaves the least to his own discretion
  • Jus quo universitates utuntur est idem quod habent privati
  • The law which governs corporations is the same as that which governs individuals
  • Ignorantia facti excusat
  • ignorantia juris non excusat
  • Ignorance of fact excuses; ignorance of the law does not excuse
  • Regula est
  • juris quidem ignorantiam cuique nocere
  • facti vero ignoranliam non nocere
  • ‘Y’he rule is that a person’s ignorance of the law may prejudice him
  • but that his ignorance of fact will not
  • Per varios actus legem experientia facit
  • By various acts experience makes the law
  • Juris affectus in executione consistit
  • The effectiveness of a law lies in its execution
  • Cessante ratione legis
  • cessat et ipsa lex
  • Where the reason for a law ceases
  • the law itself also ceases
  • Fortior etpotentior est dispositio legis quam hominis
  • The disposition of the law has greater force and stronger effect than that of man
  • Judicis est jus dicere
  • non dare
  • lt is the duty of a judge to declare the law
  • not to make it
  • Lex est dictamen rationis
  • Law is the dictate of reason
  • Lex est ratio summa
  • quae jubet quae sunt utilia et necessaria
  • et contraria prohibet
  • That which is law is the consummation of reason
  • which commands those things useful and necessary
  • while prohibiting the contrary
  • Nemo est supra leges
  • No one is above the law
  • Ubi jus incertum
  • ibi jus nullum
  • Where the law is uncertain
  • there is no law
  • Lex neminem cogit ad vana seu inutilia peragenda
  • The law compels no one to do futile or useless things
  • Ex facto jus oritur
  • Law arises out of facts
  • Argumentum ab inconvenienti est validum in lege; quia lex nonpermittit aliquod inconveniens
  • An argument drawn from what is inconvenient is good in law
  • because the law will not permit any inconvenience
  • Injustum est
  • nisi tota lege inspecta
  • de una aliqua ejusparticulaproposita judicare vel respondere
  • It is unjust to give judgement or advice concerning any particular clause of a law without having examined the whole law
  • Cuilibet licet juri pro se introducto renunciare
  • Any one may waive or renounce the benefit of a principle or rule of law that exists only for his protection
  • Ignorantia legis neminem excusat
  • Ignorance of law excuses no one
  • Ipsae leges cupiunt utjure regantur
  • The laws themselves are desirous of being governed by what is right
  • Exempla illustrant non restringunt legem
  • Examples illustrate
  • but do not restrain
  • the law
  • Obedientia est legis essentia
  • Obedience is the essence of the law
  • Consuetudo est altera lex
  • Custom is another law
  • Consuetudo vincit communem legem
  • si sit specialis; et interpretatur legem scriptam
  • si lex sit generalis
  • Custom and common usage override the unwritten law
  • if it be special; and interpret the written law
  • if the law be general
  • Consuetudo est optimus interpres legum
  • Custom is the best interpreter of the laws
  • Conventio privatorum nonpotest publico juri derogare
  • The agreement of private persons cannot derogate from public right
  • Conventio vincit legem
  • The express agreement of parties overcomes the law
  • Quamvis lexgeneraliter loquitur
  • restringendatamen est
  • ut
  • cessante ratione
  • ipsa cessat
  • Although a law speaks generally
  • yet it is to be restrained
  • so that when its reason fails
  • it should cease also
  • Processus legis est gravisvexatio
  • executiolegiscoronatopus
  • there is the same law; and where there are similar situations
  • the judgment is the same
  • Lex nil frustrafacit
  • The law does nothing in vain
  • Lexnondeficit in justitia exhibenda
  • The law does not fail in dispensing justice
  • Lex plus laudatur quando ratione probatur
  • The law is most praiseworthy when it is consistent with reason
  • Ubi lex aliquem cogit ostendere causam
  • necesse est quod causa sitjusta et legitima
  • Where the law compels a man to show cause
  • it is necessary’ that the cause be just and legal
  • Ita semper fiat relatio ut valeat dispositio
  • Let the interpretation be so made that the disposition stands
  • Judex est lex loquens
  • The judge is the law speaking; that is
  • he is the mouthpiece of the law
  • Natura appetit perfectum; ita et lex
  • Nature seeks perfection
  • and so does the law
  • A verbis legis non est recedendum
  • The words of the law must not be departed from
  • Casus omissus et oblivioni datus dispositioni communis juris relinquitur
  • A case omitted and forgotten is left to the disposal of the common law
  • Contemporanea expositio est optima et fortissimo in lege
  • Contemporaneous exposition is the best and most powerful in the law
  • Neque leges neque senatus consulta ita scribipossunt ut omnis casus qui quandoque in sediriunt comprehendatur; sed sufficit ea quae plaerumque accidunt contineri
  • Neither laws nor acts of a legislature can be so written as to include all actual or possible cases; it is sufficient if they provide for those things which frequently or ordinarily may happen
  • Jura eodem modo destituuntur quo constituuntur
  • Laws are abrogated by the same means by which they are enacted
  • Jura naturae sunt immutabilia
  • The laws of nature are unchangeable
  • Leges humanae nascuntur
  • vivunt
  • et moriuntur
  • Human laws are born
  • live
  • and die
  • Legibus sumptis desinentibus
  • lege naturae utendum est
  • When laws imposed by the state fail
  • the laws of nature must be invoked
  • Tortura legumpessima
  • The torture or wresting of laws is the worst kind of torture
  • Nova constitutiofuturisformam imponere debet
  • nonpraeteritis
  • A new law ought to affect the future
  • not what is past
  • Ad ea quae frequentius accidunt jura adaptantur
  • Laws are adapted to those cases which most commonly occur
  • Inae datae leges ne fortior omnia posset
  • Laws were made lest the stronger might become allpowerful
  • Ex malis moribus bonae leges natae sunt
  • Good laws arise from evil morals
  • Quando lex est specialis
  • ratio autem generalis
  • generaliter lex est intelligenda
  • When a law is special
  • but its reason general
  • the law is to be understood generally
  • Intentio inservire debet legibus
  • non leges intentioni
  • The intention ought to be subservient to the laws
  • not the laws to intentions
  • Legislatorumest viva vox
  • rebus et non verbis
  • Optimam esse legem
  • quae minimum relinquit arbitrio judicis; id quod certitudo ejuspraestat
  • That law is best which leaves the least to the decision of the judge; this being an advantage which results from its certainty
  • Leges posteriores priores contrarias abrogant
  • Subsequent laws repeal prior laws that are repugnant to them
  • Jus est ars boni et aequi
  • Law is the science of what is good and just
  • Nihil infra regnum subditos magis conservat in tranquilitate et concordia quam debita legum administratio
  • Nothing better preserves in tranquillity and concord those subjected to the same government better than one due administration of the laws
  • Aequum et bonum est lex legum
  • That which is equitable and good is the law of laws

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