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everything by which it can be accomplished is also commanded.

Quando aliqnid pi-ohibetur ex directo, 1:1-ohibetur et per nbliquum. C0. Litt. 2:23. When anything is prohibited directly, It is prohibited aish indirectly.

Qunndo aliquid px-ohibetur, prohibetur et oxnne per quad devenitur ad illud. When anything is prohibited, everything by which it is reached is prohibited also. 2 Inst. 48. That which cannot ne done direct- ly shall not he done indirectly. Broom, Max. -189.

Quando aliquis aliquid cancedit, cocnedere videtur at id sine qua res utl non potent. When a pelson grants any- thing. he is supposed to grant that also without which the thing cannot he used. 3 Kent. Comm. 421. When the use of a thing is granted. everything is granted by which the grantee may have and enjoy such use. ld.

Quando char-ta eontinet geueralem clausulam, posteaque descendit ad ver- ba specislia qua: elausulse generali sunt eonsentanea, interpretandl est charts. secundiuu verha. apecixlia. When a deed contains a general clause, and after\v.1rds descends to special words which are agree- able to the general (‘I-ruse, the ilceil is to be interpreted according to the speciai words. 8 Coke, 1541).

Quando de una at eadem re duo one- rabiles existunt, unlls, pro insufficientia alterius, de integro onerahitur. When there are two persons lial-ie for one and the same thing, one of them, in case of default of the other, shall be charged with the whole. 2 Inst. 277.

Quando dispnsitio referri potent ad dun.s res [ta quod secundum relationem unam vitietur et secundum alterazu utilia sit, tum faeienda est relatio ad illam nt valeat dispositio. 6 Coke, 76. “’hen a disposition may refer to two things, so that by the former it wouid he vitlated, and by the latter it would be preserved, then the relation is to be made to the latter, so that the disposition may be mild.

Quando diversi desiderantur actus ad aliquem statluu perficiendum, plus respioit lax actum orig-inuleln. When different acts are required to the formation of any estate, the law chiefly regards the origi- nal act. 10 Coke, 49a. When to the perfection of an estate or interest divers acts or things are requisite, the law has more regard to the original act, for that is the funda- mentai part on which all the others are founded. Iil



Quando jns dumiui regis at subrlit concur-runt, jug regis prteferri (label. 9 Coke, 129. When the right of king and subject concur, the king's right should be preferred.

Quando lax aliquid alien! coneerlit, eoncedere videtur et id sine qua re: ipsse sue non potent. 5 Coke, 47. When the law gives a man anyihnig. it gives him that also without which the thing ltsett carnot exist.

Quando lex aliquid alicui coneerlit, omnla incidentia tacite eonceduntnr. 2 Inst. 320. When the law gives anything to any one, all incidents are tacitly given.

Quando lex est Ipecialis, ratio autism generalis, generaliter lex est intelligenda. When :1 law is special, but its reason [or object] general, the law is to be understood zenerally. 2 Inst. 83.

Quandu licet id quod majus, videtur at lieere id quad minus. Shep. Touch. 429 When the greater is allowed, the less is to be understood as allowed also.

Qnando mulier noI:il:ls nuplerit igno- hili, deninit else nobilio nisi nohilital nativa fuerit. 4 Cake, 118. When a noble woman marries a man not nohie, she ceases to he noble. unless her nobility was born with her.

Quandn plus flt quam fieri dehet, videtur etiam illud fleri quad £aeiendum est. When more is done than ought to be done. that .it least shall be considered as performed which should have been performed. Eris, if a man, having a power to make a lease for ten years, make one for twenty years, it shall be void only for the surpius.] Broom, Max. 171; 5 Coke, 115; 8 Coke, 85¢.

Quandu quod ago non valet ut ago, valeat quantum Valera potest. When that which I do does not have effect as I do it, iet it hnxe as much effect as it can. Jackson ex dun. Troop v. Blodget, 16 Johns. (N. Y.) 172. 178; Vanriervolgen v. Yates, 3 Barb. Ch. (N. Y.) 2-12, 261.

Qnando res non valet ut ago, valeat quantum valere potest. When a thing is of no effect as I do it. it shall have effect as far as [or in whatever way] it can. Gown 600.

Quando verb: e1: menu eongruunt, non est interpretatinni locus. When the wards and the mind agree, there is no place for interpretation.

Quando verbs statuti sunt spceialia,

ratio nutenl generalis, generaliter statutum est intelligendluu. When the words