Where there is a right there is a remedy.
The legal maxim is of latin origin meaning there’s always a remedy available where there is a remedy. In literal meaning it means that in cases where a person has a right and that right has been infringed, that person can seek remedy for the violation of that right. It also means that there exists no wrong without a remedy. Here, the word ‘Jus’ means legal authority to mean or to do something and ‘remedium’ means right of action in a Court.
If A gets restricted from entering his own home by some goons, he has the right to seek remedy.
Sardar Amarjit Singh Kalra v.Promod Gupta & ors., (2003) 3 SCC 272
The Supreme Court recognized the principle of “ubi jus ibiremum” as a basic principle of jurisprudence.
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.
“An allegation contrary to a deed is not admissible.”
It means if a man has entered into a deed with certain concrete facts, he shall not be permitted to deny any matter which he has so verified.
Exception that proves the rule.
- It is also used to give grounds for something that seems to contradict a rule. - In other words, this maxim states an exception to the regular or general rule which is to be followed. Exception alone is not taken unto the consideration; it is always an assumption that there exists a general rule. - It means that if there is an exception that can be applied to a specific case, it proves that a general rule exists.