place of crime
The “place of crime” is the location where injury, harm, crime, or tort is committed. In civil matters, it is the place where an alleged act of crime was done.
The place where the disputed property lies. The place where a murder has taken place.
Babbon Sheik vs Emperor
Right to search (locus delicti) in order to establish facts during the prosecution of the case. And whether he has the authority to inspect to determine the credibility of the witnesses. The law was silent on both the questions raised. The Criminal Code must be understood strictly in the absence of rules of practice not found therein, although it may be agreed if the contested rule is not incompatible with any specific provision or the general scheme or the purpose of the code. In accordance with this view, for the purpose of understanding the facts, I grant the power of inspection of the crime scene to the appellant.
Execution of the law does no injury.
- In simple terms, this maxim simply means that when the final judgment is pronounced by the court and by doing the execution of such decree if any person suffered loss due to the punishment than he/she cannot claim damages to the court. - Any harm or damages bear by alleged party cannot be considered as the injury, Why, because no damages can be recuperate from Executio legis non habet injuriam. - Thus, the one who has been punished and suffered any loss due to such punishment than the law does not provide the benefit of such injury to wrongdoer.
“Minimum importance or trifling”
The literal meaning of “De minimis” is “minimum importance or trifling”. The abbreviated form of the maxim is “De Minimis Non Curat Lex”, which means “law cares not of small things”. In Lawsuits, the court applies de minimis rule to avoid trivial matters which are not worthy of judicial scrutiny. Some of common meanings are small, negligible, minor and insignificant etc.
The legal maxim is of latin origin which means “the reason” or “motivation” behind the decision ruled out by the judge. It refers strictly to the facts of the case, things which cannot be debated. Unlike Obiter Dicta, these statements are actually binding on the case to its facts. All the principles relied on by the court are a part of ratio decidendi in order to prove the reasoning behind coming to the decision in the case. It comprises all the legal points made by the parties in the case.