Lat. As to sacred things; for religious purposes. Quocumque modo velit; quocumque modo possit. In any way he wishes; In any way he can. Clason v. Bailey, 14 Johns. (N. Y.) 484, 492. Quod a quoque pcenae nomine exactum est id eidem restituere nemo cogitnr. That which has been exacted as a penalty no one is obliged to restore. Dig. 50, 17, 46. Quod ab initio non valet in tractn temporis non convalescet. That which is bad in its commencement improves not by lapse of time. Broom, Max. 178; 4 Coke, 2. Quod ad jus naturale attinet omnes homines a;quales sunt. All men are equal as far as the natural law Is concerned. Dig. 50, 17, 32. Quod aedificatur in area legata cedit legato. Whatever is built on ground given by will goes to the legatee. Broom, Max. 424. QUOD ALIAS BONUM 9S4
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