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Lex longobardorum

LEX LONGOBARDORUM. The name of an ancient code in force among the Lombards. It contains many evident traces of feudal policy. It survived the destruction of the ancient government of Lombardy by Charlemagne, and is said to be still partially in force in some districts of Italy.

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Lex citius tolerare vult privatum damnum quam publicum malum
Lex de futuro
Lex deficere non potest in justitia exhibenda
Lex dilationes semper exhorret
Lex est ab aeterno
Lex est dictamen rationis
Lex est norma recti
Lex est ratio summa
Lex est sanctio sancta
Lex falcidia
Lex favet doti
Lex fingit ubi subsistit aequitas
Lex fori
Lex intendit vicinum vicini facta scire
Lex judicat de rebus necessario faciendis quasire ipsa factis
Lex loci contractus
-- Lex longobardorum --
Lex mercatoria
Lex necessitatis est lex temporis
Lex neminem cogit ad vana seu inutilia peragenda
Lex nemini facit injuriam
Lex nil facit frustra
Lex non cogit ad impossibilia
Lex non cogit impossibilia
Lex non curat de minimis
Lex non deficit in justitia exibenda
Lex non intendit aliquid impossibile
Lex non praecipit inutilia
Lex non requirit verificare quod apparet curiae
Lex plus laudatur quando ratione probatur
Lex prospicit
Lex punit mendacium
Lex rejicit superflua
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