argumentum ab inconvenienti est validum in lege; quia lex non permittit aliquod inconveniens

/argyamentam aeb irjkanviyniyentay est vaeladam in liyjiy; kwaya leks non parmitat aelakwad irjkanviyniyenz/
An argument drawn from what is inconvenient is good in law, because the law will not permit any inconvenience.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • argument — ar·gu·ment n 1: a reason or the reasoning given for or against a matter under discussion compare evidence, proof 2: the act or process of arguing, reasoning, or discussing; esp: oral argum …   Law dictionary


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