Let the buyer beware
It is a Latin term of principle which implies that the buyers must be be aware and warned of the integrity of the product that they are about to purchase.
A visits a shop and purchases a coffee mug and later detects a leak. This is a failed purchase and if A had inspected the mug properly, he wouldn’t have bought it. So, A should have been aware.
Harlingdon and Leinster Enterprises Ltd v Christopher Hull Fine Art Ltd 3 WLR 13
Happy is who was able to know the cause of things
- Generally, it means if any person having a knowledge about particular field and if any complication arise in any familiar field, then he may not become much distress about such problem because he have knowledge of such things about how to handle the difficulties - Therefore a person who have the knowledge as well as know the cause then he is happy.
Loss or damage without any injury
Damnum Absque Injuria is a Latin maxim, which basically means loss or damage without any injury. It is a principle in Law of Torts, which mainly refers to a situation when a person suffers damage or loss, but does not suffer any kind of injury. In simpler words it means that although there was some physical damage, but there was no legal injury.
outward acts show the internal secrets.
This Latin maxim means that the outward acts show the internal secrets. In simpler words it means that the outward acts indicate the thoughts, which are hidden within. The law, in some cases, judges a man’s previous intentions by his subsequent acts. On this principle, if a man abuse and authority given to him by the law, he becomes a trespasser ab initio.