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Argumentum ab inconvenienti

ARGUMENTUM AB INCONVENIENTI. An argument arising from the inconvenience which the construction of the law would create, is to have effect only in a case where the law is doubtful where the law is certain, such an argument is of no force. Bac. Ab. Baron and Feme, H.

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Argumentum a divisione est fortissimum in jure
Argumentum a majori ad minus negative non valet; valet e converso
Argumentum a simili valet in lege
Argumentum ab authoritate est fortissimum in lege
Argumentum ab impossibili plurmum valet in lege
-- Argumentum ab inconvenienti --
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