Quae contra rationem juris introducta sunt, non de bent trahi in consequentiam


Quae contra rationem juris introducta sunt, non de bent trahi in consequentiam
Those things which have been introduced contrary to the reason of the law ought not to be drawn into precedent. Precedents against law or reason must be set aside. George Jonas Glass Co. v Glass Bottle Blowers' Asso. 77 NJ Eq 219, 79 A 262.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.


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