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.
- A and B entered into one contract and in meanwhile C also joined A and B , C signed the contract randomly without reading the provisions contains in such contract .After few month C had breached one of the provision of contract and as per the provision C shall be liable to pay the penalty for the same. - So here, A and B have the knowledge about such penalty through which they will get the benefit without facing consequences. - In this way, A and B is fortunate.
- The Registrar , University of...vs. Union of India
- It was observed that law does not make overnight, it require detailed analysis along with considering all the points .In this Lord Coke states king in his owncannot proclaim any case as there’s always a process prescribe by the law.
- Law is an art which requires deep understanding of the subject matter along with it pros and cons, various major taken into the considered before passing any law.
- A person can recognize such measures only and only if he or she have knowledge.
 Madras HC on 19 December 1994
“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.
Ignorance of law is no excuse.
It is a Latin maxim, which means ignorance of fact can be excused but the ignorance of law cannot be excused. Every person should know the laws of the country where he lives. He cannot plead ignorance of it. Even the foreigner has to abide with the laws of the land as long as he happens to be in that country. This maxim is often used in Criminal Law.
Action is not given to one who is not injured
Actio Non Datur Non Damnificato is a Latin maxim, which states that an action is not given to one who is not injured. It means that a person who has not suffered any damage will not have a cause of action. It is only applicable to the cases where damage is necessary as a cause of action. It is a legal maxim, which governs the branch of law, which deals with the rights of subjects to maintain actions at law