Quae accessionum locum obtinent extinguuntur cum principales res peremptae fuerint

Quae accessionum locum obtinent extinguuntur cum principales res peremptae fuerint
When the principal things have been extinguished or destroyed, those things which hold the position of incidents to them are also extinguished or destroyed. See Broom's Legal Maxims 496.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • quae accessionum locum obtinent, extinguuntur cum principales res peremptae fuerint — /kwiy akses(h)iy6wnam lowkam obtanant, ekstiijgwantar kam prinsapeyliyz riyz parem(p)tiy f(y)uwarint/ Things which hold the place of accessories are extinguished when the principal things are destroyed …   Black's law dictionary

  • principal — prin·ci·pal 1 / prin sə pəl/ adj 1: being the main or most important, consequential, or influential their principal place of business the principal obligor 2: of, relating to, or constituting principal or a principal the principal amount of the… …   Law dictionary


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