Consensus tollit errorem


Consensus tollit errorem
Consent permits error. A person cannot object to that to which he has consented. Fuller v State, 100 Miss 811, 57 So 806.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • consensus tollit errorem — /kansensas tolat aroram/ Consent (acquiescence) removes mistake …   Black's law dictionary

  • consensus tollit errorem — /kansensas tolat aroram/ Consent (acquiescence) removes mistake …   Black's law dictionary

  • omnis consensus tollit errorem — /omnas kansensas tolat ehroram/ Every consent removes error. Consent always removes the effect of error …   Black's law dictionary

  • Omnis consensus tollit errorem — Every consent removes error; error is cured by consent …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • waiver — waiv·er / wā vər/ n [Anglo French, from waiver to waive]: the act of intentionally or knowingly relinquishing or abandoning a known right, claim, or privilege; also: the legal instrument evidencing such an act compare estoppel, forfeiture ◇ Acts… …   Law dictionary


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