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NEMO BIS PUNITUR

properly rejected this as a rule or evidence. 1 Term R. 601.

Nemo his pnnitur pro eodem delicto. No man is punished twice for the same oi’- tense. -1 BL Comm. 315; 2 Hawk. P. C. 377.

Name cogitntionis poenmn patitur. No one suffers punishment on account of his thoughts. Tray. Lat. Max. 362.

Nerno cogitur rem suain vendai-e, etiaxn junta pr-etio. No man is compelled to sell his own property, even for I just price. 4 Inst. 275.

Neruo contra faotiun sniun venire potent. no man can conti'a\*eiie or contradict his own deed. 2 Inst. 66. The principle of estoppel by deed. Best. Ev. p. 40S. § 370.

Nerno date potest quad non liabet. No man can give that which he has not. Fieta, ill). 3, c. 15, § 8.

Nemo dot qul non habet. He who hath not cannot give. Jenk. Cent. 250; Broom, Max. 4991i; 6 C. B. (N. S.) 478.

Name do donm one exh-ahi patent. No one can be dragged out of his own house. In other words, every man’s house is his castle. Dig. 50, 11, 103.

Nemo debut his puniri pro nno delicto. No man ought to be punished twice for one offense. -1 Coke, 43a; 11 Coke, 59b. No man shall be placed in peril of legal peiial- tles more than once upon the same accusation. Broom, Max. 343.

Nemo debut his vexari [sl cnnstet cu- ria: quad sit] pro una at eadeni cause. No man ought to be twice troubled or har- assed [it it appear to the court that it is] for one and the same cause. 5 Coke, 6111. No man can be sued a second time for the same cause of action, if once judgment has been rendered. See Broom, Max. 327, 348. No in-.in cin be held to bail :1 second time lit the suit of the some plaintiff for the some cause of nction. 1 Chit Archb. Pr. 476.

Nemo debet esse judax in pi-opria cnusa. No Lunn ought to be a judge in his own cause. 12 Coke, 11411. A maxim deriv- cd from the civil law. God. 3. 0. Called 8 "fundamental rule of reason and of nuturai justice." Burrows. Sett. (‘as. 19-1. 197.

Nemo dcbet immiscere ac rei mi se niliil pertinenti. No one should inrerniedille with :1 thing thnt in no respect concerns him. Jenk. Cent. 1). 18. case &

Nemo debut in eoxnninniune invitns teneri. No one should be retained in :1 partuersliip against his will. Selden v. Vermilya,

813

NEMO EX SUO DELICTO

2 Sandi. (N. Y.) 568, 593: United Ins. Ca. V. Scott, 1 Johns. (N. Y.) 106, 114

Name ilebet locupletaa-i aliens jactui-n. No one ought to be enriched by anot.her's loss. Dig. U, 1, 48. 63: 2 Kent, Comm. 336; 1 Kames, hlq. 331.

Nemo dehet loeupletni-i ex alter-ins in- unmnmdo. .\o one ought to be made rich out of anothei's loss. Jenk. CenL 4; Taylor V. Bald“ in, 10 Bath. (N. Y.) 026, 6-33.

Nemn debet 1-em Iuiun line facto ant defeutu suo amittex-e. No man ought to lose his property without his own net or defhult. Co. L.iLt. 253:1.

Nemo duobus utatur ofioiis. 4 inst. 100. No one should hold two offices, 1'. 6., at the same time.

Nemo ejusdem tenementl simnl potent ease liner-es at duniinnu. No one can at the same time be the heir and the owner or the same tenement. See 1 Reeve, Eng. Law. 106.

Nemo enim nliqnnm pattern recto intelligera possil: nntequam totiun iteuim atque iterum pen-legei-it. No one is able rightly to understand one part before he has again and again read through the whole. Broom, Max. 593.

Name est hie:-en viventil. No one is the heir of a living person. Co. Litt. 811, 22b. no one can he heir during the life or his ancestor. Broom, Max. 5'22, 523. No person can be the actual complete heir of another tlli the ancestor is previousiy dead. 2 Bl. Comm. 208.

Name est supra legel. No one is above the law. Lotft. 142.

Nenio ex altering facto prregravarl dabet. No man ought to be burdened in consequence of another’s act. 2 Kent, Comm. 6:16.

Nemo ex eonsilio ohligatnx-. No man is houud in consequence of his advice. Mere advice will not create the obligation of a. mandate. Story, Bailm. § 155.

Nemo ex dolo suo prop:-in relevetur, nut auxilium capiat. Let no one be relieved or gain an advantage by his own fraud. A civil law maxim.

Nemo ex pi-op:-io dolo uunlequltur notionem. No one maintains an action arising out or his own wrong. Broom. Max. 297.

Nenio ex suo delicto meliorem imam cnnditionem facere patent. No one can make his condition better by his own mis-

deed. Dig. 50, 17, 13-}, 1.