fictio juris non est ubi veritas

/fiksh(iy)ow juras non est yuwbay vehratses/ Where truth is, fiction of law does not exist

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Fictio juris non est ubi veritas — A fiction of law will not prevail where the fact appears. Louisville v Portsmouth Sav. Bank (US) 14 Otto 469, 478, 26 L Ed 775, 778 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Fictio cedit veritati. Fictio juris non est, ubi veritas — Fiction gives way to truth. A fiction of law will not prevail where the fact appears …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • fictio cedit veritati — Fictio juris non est ubi veritas /fiksh(iy)ow siydat vehrateytay. fiksh(iy)ow juras non est yiiwbay vehrataes/ Fiction yields to truth. Where there is truth, fiction of law exists not …   Black's law dictionary

  • fiction — fic·tion n: legal fiction fic·tion·al adj Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. fiction …   Law dictionary

  • truth — I noun accuracy, actuality, authenticity, candor, conformity to fact, correctness, exactness, fact, genuineness, honesty, integrity, precision, probity, realism, reality, right, sincerity, veracity, veritas, verity associated concepts:… …   Law dictionary


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