What is SI QUIS?

Lat In the civil law. If any one. Formal words in the pnetorian edicts. The words “guis,” though masculine in form was held to include women. Dig. 50, 16, 1. SI quis custos fraudem pupillo fecerit, a tntela removendus est. Jenk. Cent. 39. If a guardian do fraud to his ward, he shall be removed from his guardianship. Si quis praegnantem nxorem reliquit, non videtur sine liberis decessisse. If a man leave his wife pregnant, he shall not be considered to have died without children. A rule of the civil law. Si qnis nnum percusserit, cum alium percutere vellet, in felonia tenetur. 3 Inst. 51. If a man kill one, meaning to kill another, he is held guilty of felony.

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