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.
an act performed out of court
It is a Latin maxim, which refers to a judicial or any other act is performed out of court and not a matter a record.
A Defendant's Mental State
This maxim refers to the state of mind of the defendant who is proved to be having ulterior motives when having committed a crime. Mens réa is defined in a statute which establishes the crime or sets a precedent from time to time. The teaching of Mens rea was applied in India by courts, now that mens rea is the most important component of an offence, as firmly settled by law. In addition, the offenses resulting from the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, Drug Acts and Weights and Measurements Act are prohibited without any evidence of guilt and the criminal shall not be liable for the offense without the proof of any guilty knowledge or intention, as it also decided by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of Sarjoo Prasad v/s State of U.P
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.