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Noe made to the contrary. Co. Litt. 232D;
Best, Ev. p. 337, 5 300.
Omnia prsesumuntnr rite et IoIemnJ- tar ease ncta donec probetur in contra.- rium. All things are presumed to have been
Originally and duly performed until it is proved to the contrary. Co. Litt. 232; Broom, Max. 944.
Omnin. przesumuntnt snlemnitar ease acta. Co. Lirt. 6. .-\ll things are presumed to have been done rightly.
Omnia qua: jnre enntrnlluntu contra.- rlo jnre pereunt. Dig. 50, 17, 100. Ail things which are contracted by law perish by a contrary law.
Omnia qua: punt uxoris aunt ipsiul v-lri. Ali things which are the wife's are the husband's. Bract. fol. 3‘; Co. Litt. 11241. See 2 Kent. Comm. 130-143.
Omnis. rite acts. prsesumuntnr. All things are presumed to have been rightly done. Broom, Max. 944.
OMNIBUS AD QUOS PRIESENTES LITERZE PERVENERINT, SALUTEM. To all to whom the present letters shn_ll come. greeting. A form of arldrem with which charters and deeds were anclently commenced.
OMNIBUS BILL. 1. In legislative practice. a hill including in one not various sep- arate and distinct matters, and particularly one joining a number of different subjects in one measure in such a way as to compel the executive authority to accept provisions which he does not approve or else defeat the whole enactment See Com. v. Barnett, 199 Pa. 161. 48 AIL 977, 55 L. B. A. 882; Yen- ger v. Weaver, 64 Pa. 4'25.
2. In equity pleading. a hill embracing the Vi hole of a complex subject-matter by uniting ali parties in interest having adverse or con- fiicting claims, thereby avoiding circuity or mnltlpiicit_v of action.
Oumis aetio est Inqneln. Every action is u plaint or complaint Co. Litt 292a.
Omnis conclusio Iron! at veri judicii seqnitur ex Iwnis at vex-in pr-semissh et tlictis jun-atnx-um. Every conclusion of a good and true judgment follows from good and true premises, and the verdicts of jurors. C0. Litt 22Gb.
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tion in the civil law is hazardous, for the is little that cannot be subverted.
Omniu deflnitio in legs periculosn. definition In law is hazardous. 2 Wood. Lect 196.
Omnis exceptio est ipsa quoqne regal Every exception is itself also a rule.
Onmis indemnatns pro innoxil Iefihug lmhetur. Every uucondenxned person is by the law as innocent. Loftt, 121.
Omnis innnvatio plus novitate pertur- but quaan ultilitate prodest. Every iluu vation occasions more harm by its nnrfi» than benefit by its utility. 2 Bnlst II‘, Broom. Max. 1-17.
Omnis inter-pl-etatlo si flex-i potest its fiends est in instrumentis, III: omnes contrarietates nmoveautnr. Jenk. Cent. W». Every inierpretation, if it can lve done. is (0 be so made in instruments that n_ll contra- dictions may he removed.
Omnis interpretatio vel doelnrat. vel extemlit, vel 1-estringit. Every iutel}Ir‘.’i-1' tlun either declares, extends, or restrain
Omnis nova. ennstitutio futm-is formnm imponere debet, non prseteritin. Every new statute ought to prescribe a form to future, not to past, acte. Bract. fol. 2'13; 2 Inst. 95.
Omnis persona est homo, med non vicissim. Ex ery person is a man, but not Eli ery man a person. Cnivin.
Oxnnis pnesnppo-nit ' . Every prlvution presupposes a former enjoy- ment. Co. Litt. 339a. A “rule of 1II]iiu:4‘> phie" quoted by Lord Coke, and applied to the discontinuance of an estate.
Omnis qnareln. et nmnis actio injurin- x-um limitn. est infra certs tempera. C0. Litt. 114D. Every plaint and every action for injuries is limited within certain times.
1-atilnahitic rot:-otrahitnr at Every rat-
Omnis mandatn pr-iori zequipnratur ification relates buck and is eq prior authority. Broom, Max. 7 Cont. 196.
Omnis regula. suns patitur exceptinnes. Eiery rule is liable to its oun exceptions
OMNIUM. In mercantile law. A term
Omnis consensus tollit etrorem. Every used to express the ae',-zregate value of the consent removes error. Consent always re different stock in which a loan is usually moves the effect of error. 2 Lust. 123. funded. Tomllns.
Onulis deflnitio in jute civlli ‘ I‘ ' 1- l 4' ‘ qunfl lnsa est. parnnx est enim ut non su'|)- pro omnibus datum est. 4Bing'. 121. That
verti possit. Dig. 50, 17. 202. All defini-
which is given for all is recolnpensed by