Latin Maxims & Phrases - Quiz #23
12 multiple choice questions with one option correct of 1 point each.
“Verba relata in esse ______.”
Hint: Words referred to are deemed to be incorporated.
1 point
“Ubi eadem ratio, ibi eadem lex; et de ______ idem est judicium.”
Hint: Where there is the same reason, there is the same law ; and concerning things similar, the judgment is similar.
1 point
“Ubi nullum ______, ibi nulla dos.”
Hint: Where there is no marriage, there is no dower.
1 point
“Verba generalia ______ ad habilitatem rei vel aptitudinem personae.”
Hint: General words must be narrowed either to the nature of the subject-matter or to the capability of the person.
1 point
“Utile per inutile non ______.”
Hint: That which is useful is not vitiated by that which is useless.
1 point
“Verba ehartarum fortius accipiuntur contra ______.”
Hint: Words of deeds or grants are to be taken most strongly against the grantor.
1 point
“Verba ______ debent inservire.”
Hint: Words ought to be made subservient to the intention — i.e. should be construed so as to give effect to the intention — '' ut res magis valeat quam pereat.''
1 point
“Verba debent ______ cum effectu, ut res magis valeat quam pereat.”
Hint: Words ought to be understood with effect, that a thing may rather be preserved than destroyed.
1 point
“Unum est ______, aliud celare.”
Hint: To be silent or to conceal are two different things.
1 point
“Ubi jus ibi ______.”
Hint: There is no wrong without a remedy, or, Where there is a legal right there is a remedy.
1 point
“Valeat ______ valere potest.”
Hint: Let it stand as far as possible.
1 point
“______ dissolvitur eodem modo quo colligatum est.”
Hint: Every obligation can only be dissolved in the same manner as it was created.
1 point
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