- a communi observantia non est recedendum
- /ey kamyuwnay obzarvensh(iy)a non est riysadendam/From common observance there should be no departure; there must be no departure from common usage.A maxim formerly applied to the practice of the courts, to the ancient and established forms of pleading and conveyancing, and to professional usage generally. Lord Coke applies it to common professional opinion
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.
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Communi observantia non est recedendum — There must not be a departure from common or general observation or practice. The probable ori gin of this maxim is traced in O Donnell v Glenn, 9 Mont 452, 23 P 1018 … Ballentine's law dictionary
a communi observantia non est recedendum — From common usage there should be no departure … Ballentine's law dictionary
non est recedendum a communi observantia — /non est resadendam ey kamyuwnay 6bzarvaensh(iy)a/ There should be no departure from a common observance … Black's law dictionary