What is QUOTIES IN VERBIS?

ed. and will not be permitted to be made the subject of any adjustment or compensation on the part of the grantee. Ex parte Miller, 2 Hill (N. Y.) 423. Quod subintelligitur non deest. What is understood is not wanting. 2 Ld. Itayin. 832. Quod tacite intelligitur deesse non videtur. What is tacitly understood is not considered to be wanting. 4 Coke, 22a. Quod vanum et inutile est, lex non re- quirit. Co. Litt. 319. The law requires not what is vain and useless.

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