Latin quotes by Paulus

Paulus (III), Roman Jurist

Julius Paulus

He wrote about 300 law books. Much of the Digest refers to his works.

  1. Confessus pro iudicato est, qui quodammodo sua sententia damnatur - The one who confesses during trial condems himself, and in a way dictates his sentence (Legal term - Julius Paulus Digest 42,1,50,1)
  2. Confiteri quis in iudicio non tantum sua voce, sed et litteris et quacumque modum potest - Anyone can confess in court not only verbally, but in writing or otherwise. (Legal term de Julius Paulus Sentenciae V,3)
  3. Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat - The burden of proof rests on who asserts, not on who denies (Legal term - Julius Paulus Digest 22,3,2)
  4. Ius naturalis quod semper aequum ac bonum est - Natural law is what is always fair and good (Legal term - Julius Paulus)
  5. Ius singulare est quod contra tenorem rationem, propter aliquam utilitatem, autoritatem constituentium introductus est Unique law is against the wording of reason, because of some use, has been introduced by the authority of the constituent (Legal term - Julius Paulus - Digest 1,3,16 - )
  6. Non omne quod licet honestum est - Not everything is allowed honored (Legal term - Corpus Iuris Civilis, King Roman - Julius Paulus - 50.17144 Digest)
  7. Non potest videre in iudicium venisse id quod post iudicium accidesit - Acts cannot be considered in the trial, if they had occurred after the trial accepted (Legal term - Julius Paulus - Digest 1, 5, 23)
  8. Si is, cum quo lege Aquilia agitur, confessus est servum occidisse, licet non occiderit, si tamen occisus sit homo, ex confesso tenetur - If one confesses of kiling a slave, he must be condemmed if the slave is killed, or if he dies of natural causes (Legal term - Julius Paulus Digest 42,2,4)

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