an act performed out of court
It is a Latin maxim, which refers to a judicial or any other act is performed out of court and not a matter a record.
A false description does not vitiate
- In simple sense, the maxim means, some inaccurate description or some grammatical mistakes or basic miscalculation will not make the whole gadget or document as a void. - Normally, if a document contains 2 side from which if one side is absolute and correct and another side have some basic inaccuracy than 2nd side shall be rejected instead of considering whole document void also note on that the instrument does not involve any malaise effect. - Thus, if one segment is true and another is not and if the true part decides the subject matter with all possibility than the false segment will be disregard.
Nothing comes from Nothing
- This phrase literally means if someone is entering into one agreement and create agreement but such agreement is not valid only than how one can take the benefit or can make the use of such agreement as agreement is nothing and from nothing we cannot take anything. - Basically, if someone is building agreement by mentioning various provisions and clauses for future need so for such agreement the provisions and clauses must be enforceable , accurate and reliable than and then only one can gain benefit from such agreement - Therefore, one can’t make something out of nothing.
“Of law”, “Legitimate”
The word “De Jure” is of Latin origin, it means “of law”, “legitimate”. It describes the total adherence of the law. It also means that having a right or existence as stated by law. De Jure is commonly paired with De Facto which means “in fact” and the term is superfluous. De Jure complies all requirements imposed by law.