Jurisprudence

Jurisprudence:— The science of law, especially of Roman Law. Jurisprudence is the knowledge of the things divine and human; the science of the just and unjust, Gurbax Singh v. Financial Commr., 1991 Supp (1) SCC 167: AIR 1991 SC 435. — Jurisprudentia est divinarum atque humanarum rerum notitia, justi atque injusti scientia

Prudentur agit qui praecepto legis obtemperat means He acts prudently who obeys the commands of the law. [5 Coke, 49].

Maxims:-

Juri non est consonum quod aliquis accessorius in curia regis convincatur antequam aliquis de facto fuerit attinctus:— It is not consonant to Justice that any accessory should be convicted in the king’s court before any one has been attainted of the fact. [2 Inst. 183]

Jurisdictio est potestas de publico introducta, cum necessitate juris dicendi:— Jurisdiction is a power introduced for the public good, on account of the necessity of dispensing justice. [10 Coke, 73a]

Jurisconsulti or Jurisprudentes

Men who studied the forms and in time, the principles of Civil Law and expounded them for the benefit of their friends and dependents.

Juris effectus in executione consistit:— The effect of a law consists in the execution. [Co. Litt. 289b].

Jurisprudentia legis communis angliae est scientia socialis et copiosa:— The jurisprudence of the common law of England is a science sociable and copious. [7 Coke, 28a].

Juris et de jure:- Of law and from law

Juris effectus in executione consistit:—The effect of a law consists in the execution. [Co. Litt. 289b].

Jurisprudentia legis communis angliae est scientia socialis et copiosa:— The jurisprudence of the common law of England is a science sociable and copious. [7 Coke, 28a].

Civil Law

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