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Ex necessitate rei

EX NECESSITATE REI. From the necessity of the thing. Many acts may be done ex necessitate ret, which would not be justifiable without it; and sometimes property is protected, ex necessitate rei, which, under, other circumstances, would not be so. For example, property put upon the land of another from necessity, cannot be distrained for rent. See Distress; Necessity.

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Ex aequo et bono
Ex antecedentibus et consequentibus fit optima interpretatio
Ex cathedra
Ex contractu
Ex delicto
Ex diuturnitate temporis
Ex dolo malo
Ex dolo malo non oritur action
Ex facto jus oritur
ex gratia
Ex libris
Ex malificio non oritur contractus
Ex mero motu
Ex mora
Ex multitudine signorum
Ex necessitate legis
-- Ex necessitate rei --
Ex nudo pacto non oritur action
Ex officio
Ex parte
Ex parte application
Ex parte council
Ex parte hearing
Ex post facto
ex tempore
Ex tota materia emergat resolutio
Ex turpi causa non oritur action
Ex turpi contractu non oritur actio
Ex uno disces omnes
Ex vi termini
Ex visitatione dei
ex vivo
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