Animus testandi. An intention to make a testament or will. Inter alia. Among other things Interim.

Temporary Ipso facto. By the fact itself Ignorantia legis non excusat. Ignorance of the law excuses no one from compliance therewith Ignorantia facti excusat. Ignorance of the fact................... Pari delicto. Equal fault Functus officio. Having performed his duty, having served its purpose Res ipsa loquitur. The thing speaks for itself In toto. In all, entirely Ex officio. By virtue or because of an office Onus probandi. The burden of proof Animus lucrandi. Intent to gain Corpus delicti. The body of the offence; the essence of the crime. Juris et jure. A phrase employed to denote conclusive presumptions of law which cannot be rebutted by evidence. The words signify of law and from law. Articulo mortis. At the point of death Ab initio. From beginning Stare decisis, et non quieta movere. To stand by precedents and not to disturb that which is settled: to follow decided cases Arguendo. For the sake of argument Sine qua non. An essential element or condition Lex domicile. Law of the domicile

A quo. All things being equal Mandamus. From which Alter ego. A doctrine that grants the inherent power and authority of the state to protect persons who are legally unable to act on their own behalf. Existing state of affairs Ex parte. Right to use property Jus disponendi. The other Reclusion perpetua. On his own impulse/ on his own accord Ratio legis . Permanent imprisonment Motu propio. “we order” a writ Animo furandi. Right to possess Jus jutendi. “the right to dispose of a thing Custodia legis. Bona fide. underlying principle . In the custody of the law Suppressio veri expressio falsi . Intention to steal Resperit domino. Jus possidendi. 'By or for one party' or 'by one side.' Parens patriae. This phrase is used to express that when a thing is lost or destroyed. is an opinion or a remark made by a judge which does not form a necessary part of the court's decision. Ceteris paribus.A suppression of truth is equivalent to an expression of falsehood. The thing is lost to the owner. Good faith Obiter dictum.Status quo. it is lost to the person who was the owner of it at the time.

Let the buyer beware Quantum meruit.in fact De jure.a matter [already] judged Animus-intent Salus populi est suprema lex.Law is harsh.The safety of the people is the supreme law.To give or to make the law Jus natural.no delegated powers can be further delegated' Damnum absque injuria.Against good morals.loss without injury In pari delicto.as a matter of form Jus civile.RECOVERY OF UNSTIPULATED INTEREST PAID Negotiorum gestio.in equal fault Res judicata.between the living Prima facie.what one has earned Solutio indebiti.in law Nullum crimen nulla poene sine lege.no crime when there is no law that defines and punish it. De facto. but it's law Contra bonus mores.natural law .The reason of the law is the soul of the law Delegatas protestas non potest deligari.management of the business of another Intra vivos.Dura lex sed lex.at first sight Pro forma.Civil law Jus dare. ratio legis est anima legis. Caveat emplor.