Quae non valeant singula juncta juvant


Quae non valeant singula juncta juvant
Things which are void severally may be valid when joined. That is, words or expressions which are inoperative when taken singly may often be made effective when construed in conjunction with the words or expressions which accompany them. Breasted v Farmers' Loan & Trust Co 8 NY 299

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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