Latin Maxims & Phrases - Quiz #12
12 multiple choice questions with one option correct of 1 point each.
“Juris ______ sunt haec : honeste vivere, alterum non laedere, suum cuique tribuere.”
Hint: The maxims (or requirements) of the law are : To live honourably.
1 point
“Linea recta semper praefertur ______.”
Hint: The right line is always preferred to the collateral.
1 point
“Leges ______ priores abrogant.”
Hint: Subsequent laws repeal former ones.
1 point
“Jus respicit ______.”
Hint: Law has regard to equity.
1 point
“Lex respicit ______.”
Hint: The law has regard to equity.
1 point
“Jus ______ praefertur oneribus ac ultimae voluntati.”
Hint: The right of survivorship is preferred to encumbrances and to the last will.
1 point
“______ scripta manet, vox emissa volat.”
Hint: What is written endures, things spoken speed away.
1 point
“Lex ______ non respicit.”
Hint: The law looks forward, not backward.
1 point
“______ regit actum.”
Hint: The place governs the act.
1 point
“Lex non cogit ad ______.”
Hint: The law does not force to impossibilities.
1 point
“Jus ______ inter mercatores locum non habet, pro beneficio commercii.”
Hint: The right of survivorship has no existence among merchants, for the encouragement of trade.
1 point
“Leges sola memoria et usu ______.”
Hint: Laws were only preserved by memory and custom.
1 point
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