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Coram Non-Judice

Literal meaning and origin Before one who is not a judge. And origin of this legal maxim(Coram Non-Judice) is from latin. Explanation Coram non-judiceĀ is Latin…

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Prima facie

Prima facie means On the face of it. And the origin of this maxim is from Latin. Explanation This maxim may be used as an…

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Utile per inutile non vitiatur

Utile per inutile non vitiatur mans that what is useful is not vitiated by the useless. And the origin is from Latin. Explanation Utile per…

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Partus sequitur ventrem

Partus sequitur ventrem means the offspring follows the mother. And origin is from Latin. Explanation This maxim was a legal doctrine concerning the slave or…

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