Law has regard for equity.
The legal maxim is of latin origin meaning law considers equity. This maxim preaches that, in applying law, a tribunal should consider and incorporate principles of equity.
The Hindu Succession Act Amendment (HSSA) of 2005 equalized Hindu women’s rights to ancestral property following the maxim ¨jus respicit aequitatem¨.
Alibi is a Latin word that means elsewhere. It is basically referred to a plea of absence of an accused from the place of occurrence of an offence at the time of its commission is called the plea of Alibi. It is generally used when the accused takes the plea that when the occurrence of an act took place and he was elsewhere. If the plea of Alibi is raised by the accused, the burden to prove it lies on him, which he could do by leading evidence in trial.
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.
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.