What is FRUSSURA?

A breaking; plowing. Cowell.Frustra agit qui judicium prosequi nequit cum effectu. He sues to no purpose whocannot prosecute his judgment with effect, [who cannot have the fruits of his judgment.Fleta, lib. 6, c. 37, { 9.Frustra [vaaa] est potentia quae nun- quam venit in actum. That power is tono purpose which never comes into act, or which is never exercised. 2 Coke, 51.Frustra expectatur eventus cujus ef- fectus nullus sequitur. An event is vainlyexpected from which no effect follows.Frustra feruntur leges nisi subditis et obedientibus. Laws are made to uo purpose,except for those that are subject and obedient. Branch, Princ.Frustra fit per plura, quod fieri potest per pauciora. That is done to no purpose bymany things which can be done by fewer. Jenk. Cent. p. 68, case 28. The employmentof more means or instruments for effecting a thing than are necessary is to no purpose.Frustra legis auxilium invocat [quae- rit] qui in legem committit. He vainlyinvokes the aid of the law who transgresses the law. Fleta, lib. 4, c. 2,

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