Praesentia corporis tollit errorem nominis; et veritas nominis tollit errorem demonstrationis
- The presence of the person cures an error in his name; and the accuracy of the name cures an error of description.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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praesentia corporis tollit errorem nominis; et veritas nominis tollit errorem demonstrationis — /prazensh(iy)a korparas tolat aroram nomanas, et vehrataes nomanas tolat aroram demanstreyshiyownas/ The presence of the body cures error in the name; the truth of the name cures an error of description … Black's law dictionary
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