Latin Maxims & Phrases - Quiz #04
12 multiple choice questions with one option correct of 1 point each.
“Cujus est ______, alterius est electio.”
Hint: When one divides, the other has the right of first choice.
1 point
“______ pro lege servatur.”
Hint: Custom is protected by the law.
1 point
“Contra non valentem agere nulla currit ______.”
Hint: No prescription runs against one unable to act.
1 point
“Cujus est dare, ejus est ______.”
Hint: Whose it is to give, his it is to dispose ; or The bestower of a gift has a right to regulate its disposal.
1 point
“Cujus est solum, ejus est usque ad coelum et ad ______.”
Hint: Whose is the soil, his it is even to the skies and to the depths below.
1 point
“Cum ______ sponte, mitius est agendum.”
Hint: He who willingly confesses, should be dealt with more leniently.
1 point
“Culpa lata dole ______.”
Hint: Gross negligence is equivalent to intentional wrong.
1 point
“Cuilibet in sua arte perito est ______.”
Hint: Each one skilled in his own art is to be believed.
1 point
“______ exposlto est optima et fortissima in lege.”
Hint: A contemporaneous interpretation is the best and strongest in law.
1 point
“Consuetude ex certa causa ______ usitata privat communem legem.”
Hint: A custom based on a certain reasonable foundation obrogates the common law.
1 point
“Cuicunque aliquid ______, conceditur et id sine quo res ipsa esse non potuit.”
Hint: To whomsoever anything is conceded, that also is given, without which the thing itself cannot be.
1 point
“______ ex turpi causa, vel contra bonos mores, nullus.”
Hint: A contract arising from a base consideration, or against morality, is void.
1 point
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