The scene of the event
Locus in quo is a Latin maxim, which means “the scene of the event” or “the place in which”. In general sense it means the place where the cause of action arose, i.e. the place where something is alleged to have occurred.
Loss or damage without any injury
Damnum Absque Injuria is a Latin maxim, which basically means loss or damage without any injury. It is a principle in Law of Torts, which mainly refers to a situation when a person suffers damage or loss, but does not suffer any kind of injury. In simpler words it means that although there was some physical damage, but there was no legal injury.
“It is the duty of a good judge to enlarge his jurisdiction.”
A good judge is one who enlarges his remedial authority. It is the duty of a judge to extend his jurisdiction.
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.