An Execution is the end and fruit of the law.
- Here, the term “execution” is used as a accomplishment or judgment or any order passed by any court. Basically the final judgment passed by the court. The execution is either on the side of the plaintiff or defendant. -The execution is held in order to derive the fruit of the final execution to either party. It is a one kind of benefit or relief received by either party from the court for wrongful act done by the respective party.
(i) Janvi filed a case against urmi for a wrongful act done by her further janvi was able to prove in the court the damages she had suffered. Here the court ordered to urmi to compensate for the same. From this we can conclude that the execution was the payment of compensation which became beneficial for the janvi. (ii)In the same way, the person A was walking on the side of the road and the person B who was driving his two-wheeler rashly injured person A, so here basically the person B shall liable to pay compensation for his wrongful act against B.
- A Diravidamanivs Chitradevi and Others
- The respondent filed an suit against petitioner for seeking a permanent injunction on property the court grant the same also the petitioner had not applied for the appeal. On some fine day respondent filed a FIR against petitioner for the violation of injunction, the petitioner threaten them , filed under Sec-151 CPC for seeking the protection.The order passed to grant protection to respondent.
- The question arises that the respondent is not entitled under Sec-151.But the learned counsel for the respondent contends that a decree of permanent injunction is not actually an executable decree in the strict sense of the term and that it is only an enforceable decree. Therefore, according to the learned counsel for the respondent,the Court which passed the decree is also entitled to see to it that the fruits of the decree re enjoyed by the decree-holder.
 HC of Madras September 30,2008
Not by violence, stealth or entreaty
Nec, Vi, Nec Clam, Nec Precario is a Latin legal maxim which means that, “not by violence, stealth or entreaty”. In other words it means that, ‘not by force, nor stealth, nor the license of the owner’. It is often referred in the context of adverse possession and other land law issues.
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.
“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.