A complete statement requires no interpreter
It is a Latin maxim, which means that an absolute judgment or sentence needs no expositor. In simpler words, plain language does not need an interpreter. The sentence that is plain and absolute does not need an expositor. The term expositor means a person or a thing, which explains about complicated theory or idea.
If the language of any law is not only simple but also states its one meaning, then the task of interpretation is hardly said to arise. Thus, it is not allowable to interpret that has no need of interpretation. Hence, it will consider as Absoluta sententia expositore non-indiget.
No injury is done to a willing person.
The legal maxim is of latin origin meaning those who voluntarily agree to danger cannot ask remedy for the same. In literal meaning the maxim means that when a person agrees to danger then he cannot file a complaint for any damages suffered by him during the process. Here, it is necessary the consent was taken freely and voluntarily by the person and was not obtained by illegal means, and that the person was aware of what he might be subjecting himself to.
Suppression of truth.
The legal maxim is of latin origin meaning suppression of truth is an offence. It means knowingly suppressing the truth, when it should have been disclosed in the first place, rightfully makes the contract invalid. Concealment of truth vitiates a contract. Parties are required to present everything with fairness to maintain a fair deal. Concealment of facts intentionally leads to false beliefs. Suppressio Veri is a ground to rescind an agreement or to avoid carrying it to execution.
Where there is a right there is a remedy.
The legal maxim is of latin origin meaning there’s always a remedy available where there is a remedy. In literal meaning it means that in cases where a person has a right and that right has been infringed, that person can seek remedy for the violation of that right. It also means that there exists no wrong without a remedy. Here, the word ‘Jus’ means legal authority to mean or to do something and ‘remedium’ means right of action in a Court.