Latin Legal Terms

Ejus est non nolle, qui potest velle

Ejus est non nolle, qui potest velle. This legal maxim finds application in the Law of Contracts, where states that a party which may approve silently, may consent formally. Within the sphere of law of Contracts, this is important in terms of proving the party’s consent to conclude the contract.

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