NON DEBET ACTORI LIOERE
Non debet actor! Iilcore quad rel) uon permittitur. A plalntilif ought not to he allowed what is not permitted to a defend- ant. A rule of the civil law. Dig 50, 17, 41.
Non debet ndduci exceptin ejus ":1 cu- jus petitur dissolutio. A plea of the mime Ii.lZlLLl.l‘ the dissolution or which is sought [by the action] ought not to be brought for- ward. Broom, Max. 166.
Nun debet alii nocere, quod inter alias actum est. A person ought not to be preju- diced by what has been done betneen others. Dig. 12, 2, 10.
Non dcbet alteri per alterum iuiqua cunrlitio inferri. A burdensome condition ought not lu he brought upon one man by the act of another. Dig. 50, 17, 74.
Non debet cui pllll liaet, quad minus est non licere. Pic to whom the greater is iavi ful ought not to be deharred from the less as unlawful. Dig. 50. 17, 21; Broom, Max. 176.
Nun debet dici tenders in prsejudicium ecolesinsticae libel-atutis quad pro 1-ege et 1-epulrlica necessariuxu videtur. 2 Inst. 6225. That which seems neuzssiry for the king and the state ought not to be said to tend to the prejudice of spiritual liberty.
Non decet homiues dedere causa. non cugnita. it is unbecoming to surrender men when no cause is shown. In re Wushhurn, -1 Johns. Ch. (N. Y.) 106, 114. 8 Am. Dec. 2315; Id., 3 Wheeler, Cr. Gas. (N. Y.) 473, 482.
NON DECIMANDO. cmmnc.
See DE NON DE-
Non decipitur qu.‘l suit le decipi. 5 Cake, 60. He is not deceived who knows himself to be deceived.
NON DEBIT. did not grant. don.
Lat. In pleading. He The general issne in fo1‘nle—
NON-DELIVERY. Neglect, failure, or refusal to deliver goods, on the part of 8. carrier, vendor, bailee, etc.
NON DETINET. Int. [ie does not detsin. The name of the general issue in the action of dotiuue. I Tidd, Pr. 645; Berlin Mach. Works v. Alabama City Furniture 00.. 112 Ala. 488, 20 South. 418.
The general issue in the action or replevin_ where the action is for the wrongful detention only. 2 Burriil, Pr. 14.
Non diflex-unt qusa concordant re, tnmetsi mm in verbia iisdem. Those things do not diirer which agree in substance. though not in the same words. Jenk. Cent. p. 70, case 32.
NON EST FACTUM
NON DIJVIISIT. L. Lat. He did not demise. A plea resorted to “here 11 plaintlif declared upon a demise without stating t indenture in an action of debt for rent a plea in liar, in replevin. to an avowrl II‘ arrears of rent, that the avowunt did ad’ demise.
NON-DIRECTION. Omission on the part of a judge to properly instruct the jury upon a necessary conclusion of law.
NON DISTIRINGENDO. dlstrai n.
A writ not to
Non dubitatur, etsi specinliter venditor evietionem non prozniserit, re evicta-. ex empto competere actinuem. It is certain that. although the vendor has on ghen a special guaranty, an action 2:: cunfl lies against him. it the purchaser is evittet Code, 8, 45, G; Broom, Max. 76.).
Non eflicit aflectua nisi sequatur effectus. The intention amounts to nutlung unless the effect follow. 1 Rolls, 226.
Non erit alin. lex Romeo, nlia. Athmniu nlia nunn, alia. posthno; led at omnel gentea, at omni tempo:-2, una. lax. at sempiternn, at immortalis eontluebit. There will not be one law at Rome, another at Athens; one law now, another hereafter; but one eternal and immortal law shall bind together all nations throughout all time. Cic Frag. de Repub. lib. 3; 3 Kent. Comm. 1
Non est an-ctiua vlnculnm inter huminen qnaan jusjurandum. There is no closer [or firmer] bond between men than an oath. Jenk. Cent. p. i26, case 54.
Non est oer-tandnm de 1-egulia jar-ll. There is no disputing about rules of law.
Non est eonsonum rationi, quad cog- ultio nccessorii in curia clxristiaultutil impediatur. ubi cugnitio eausae princi- palis ad for-um ecelesiasticum noseitur pertinere. 12 Coke, 65. It is unreasonable that the cognizance of an accessory matler shouid be impeded in an eC(‘leS1ilSLlK21l couit. when the cognizance of the principal cause is admitted to appertain to an ecclesiastical court.
Non est disputaudum contra. prinoipia negautexu. Co. Litt. H3. We cannot dispute against a man who denies firsl; pricnipies.
NON EST FACTUM. Lat. A plea by way of traverse, which occurs in debt on bond or other specialty, and also in covenant. It denies that the deed mentioned in the declaration is the defendant's deed Under this, the defendant may contend at the trial that the deed was never executed in point
of fact; but he cannot deny its validity in