What is QUOD CUM?

In pleading. For that whereas. A form of introducing matter of inducement in certain actions, as assumpsit aud case. Quod datum est ecclesise, datum est Deo. 2 Inst. 2. What is given to the church is given to God. Quod demonstrandi causa additur rei satis, demonstratn;, frustra fit. 10 Coke, 113. What is added to a tiling suflicieutly palpable, for the purpose of demonstration, is vain. Quod dubitas, ne fcceris. What you doubt of, do not do. In a case of moment especially in cases of life, it is safest to hold that in practice which hath least doubt and danger. 1 llale, P. C. 300.

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