Non detinet

NON DETINET, pleading. The general issue in an action of detinue. Its form is as follows:: And the said C D, by E F, his attorney, comes and defends the wrong and injury, when, &c., and says, that he does not detain the said goods and chattels (or, deeds and writings,' according to the subject of the action,) in the said declaration specified, or any part thereof, in manner and form as the said A B bath above complained. And of this the said C D puts himself upon the country."
     2. In debt on simple contract, in the case of executors and administrators, instead of pleading nil debet, the plea should be "doth, not detain.". 6 East, R. 549; Bac. Abr. Pleas, I; 1 Chit. PI. 476. 3. The plea of non detinet merely puts in issue the simple fact of detainer; when the defendant relies upon a justifiable detainer, he must plead it specially. 8 D. P C. 347.

Non bis in idem
Non cepit modo et forma
Non claim
Non compos
non compos mentis
Non concessit
Non conformists english law
Non consentit qui errat
Non constat
Non culpabilis
Non damnificatus
Non debet
Non decipitur qui scit se decipi
Non dedit
Non definitur in jure quid sit conatus
Non demisit
-- Non detinet --
Non differunt quae concordant re
Non effecit affectus nisi sequatur effectus
Non est arctius vinculum inter homines quam jusjurandum
Non est certandum de regulis juris
Non est disputandum contra principia negantem
Non est factum
Non est inventus
Non est recedendum a communi observantia
Non est regula quin fallat
Non faciat malum
Non feasance
Non fecit
Non fecit vastum contra prohibitionem
Non impedit clausula derogatoria
Non in legendo sed in intelligendo leges consistunt
Non infregit conventionem
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