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|Important Legal Maxims|
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Legal maxim, a broad proposition (usually stated in a fixed Latin form), a number of which have been used by lawyers since the 17th century or earlier. Some of them can be traced to early Roman law.
Bona Vacatia is a legal concept associated with the property that has no owner. It exists in various jurisdictions, but with origins mostly in English law.
'Something not explicitly stated, but has the secondary defamatory meaning'. Innuendo is a defamatory statement made by the defendant, which may not be a defamatory one, but an innocent one, but which contains a secondary meaning, enough to make it a defamatory and derogatory statement.