What is JUS NECIS?

In Roman law. The right of death, or of putting to death. A right which a father anciently had over his children. Jus non habenti tute non paretur. One who has no right cannot be safely obeyed. Hob. 146. Jus non patitur ut idem bis solvatur. Law does not suffer that the same thing be twice paid.

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