What is ILLUD?

Lat. That Illnd, qnod alias licitnm non est, ne- cessitas facit licitnm; et necessitas in- dncitprivilegium quoad jura privata.Bac. Max. That which Is otherwise not permitted, necessity permits; and necessitymakes a privilege as to private rights.Illud, quod alter! unitur, extinguitur, neque amplius per se vacare licet.Godol. Ecc. Law, 169. That which is united to another is extinguished, nor can it be anymore independent

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