Friday, May 1, 2020

Legal Expression and their translation from Latin to English By legal research

Legal Research.
The Legal Expression and their translation from Latin to English are as follows:

1. Locus criminis-
A place of crime or locality of a crime.
2. Locus in quo.
The place where an action happen.
3. Locus standi
Right of being heard in court.
4. Mala fides
Bad faith.
5. MANDAMUS
A writ issued by a superior court to a person , directing him to perform a public duty.
6. MENS REA
A guilty mind.
7. Modus operandi
Method of doing things.
8. Mutatis mutants
Matter or things are generally tyr the same.
9. Nemo dat quod non habet,
No one can give what he does not have.
10. Nemo judex in causa sua
No one can be a judge in his own case, cause.
11. NOLLE PROSEQUI
Will no longer further prosecuted .
12. Non est factum.
It is not my deed.
13. Novus actus intervenien.
A new act intervening.
14. Nulla poena sine lege.
There is no punishment except in accordance with a written law.
15. Obiter dictum.
A saying by the way.
16. Onus probandi
The onus of proof.
17. Post mortum.
Matter occuring aftr death.
18. PETITIO-
A plaintiff's statement.
19. PARI PASSU-
Side by side, by equal progress.
20. PRIMA-FACIE-
At the first sight.
21. Quantum meruit
As much as he has worked or earned.
22. QUIT QUID PLANTATUR SOLO SOLO SEDIT.
Whatever is affixed to the soil forms a part of it.
23. RES IPSA LOQUITUR.
Let things speak for themselves.
24. Ratio decidendi.
The ground or reason of judicial decision.
25. RES GESTAE-
Things done concurrently.
26. RES JUDICATA-
A things judicially acted upon.
27. STATUS QUO-Tl
The state in which things were.
28. SUO MOTU-
on one 's own initiative.
29. SUBPOENA-
A document written to compel a witness to attend court.
30. STARE DECISIS-
Stay by your decisions
31.TRESPASS AB INITIO
Trespass from the beginning.
32. Uberrima fides-
The most abundant good faith.
33. VOID ABINITIO-
Null and void from the beginning.
Equity come First, orders follows.
Where there is conflict between common law and equity, the later shall prevail.
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