199 MAXIM MAXIM Xulla pactions effici potest ne dolus prastetur By no agreement can it be effected that there shall be no accountability for fraud Dig 2 14 27 3 Broom Max 696 118 n 5 M & 8 466 Xulle rtgle sans faute There is no rule without a fault Xulle terre sans seigneur No land without a lord Guyot Inst Feod c 28 Xnlli enim res sua sei vit Jure servitutis No one can have a servitude over his own property Dig 8 2 26 17 Mass 443 2 Bouv Inst n 1600 Xullius hominis auetoritas apud not valere debet ut mdiora non sequeremur si quit attulerit The authority of no man ought to avail with us that we should not follow better opinions should any one present them Co LIU 383 6 Xullurn crimen majus est inobedientia No crime is greater than disobedience Jenk Cent 77 Xullurn exemplnm est idem omnibus No example is the same for all purposes Co Litt 212 a Xullurn iniquum est prcesumendum in jure Nothing unjust is to be presumed in law 4 Co 72 Xidlum matrimoninm ibi nulla dos No marriage no dower 4 Barb 192 194 XiMum simile est idem Nothing which is like another is the same te no likeness is exact identity 2 Storv 512 Storv Partn 90 Co Litt 3a 2 Bla Com 102 6 Binn 506 Nullum simile quatvor pedibus currit No simile runs upon four feet or as ordinarily expressed on all fours Co Litt 3 a Euno mus Dial 2 p 155 1 Story 143 6 Binn 506 Xullurn tempus ocairrit regi Lapse of time does not bar the right of the crown 2 Inst 273 1 Sharsw Bla Com 247 Broom Max 65 Hob 347 2 Steph Com 504 1 Mass S55 2 Brock 393 18 Johns 227 10 Barb 139 Nullum tempus occurrit reipublicat Lapse of time does not bar the commonwealth 11 Gratt 572 Hill RP 173 8 Tex 410 16 id 805 5 McLean 133 19 Mo 667 Xullus eommodum capers potest de injuria sua propria No one shall take advantage of his own wrong Co Litt I48 6 Broom Max 279 4 Bingh JJ c 395 4 B & A 409 10 M & W 309 11 id 580 12 Gray 493 Xallus debet agere de dolo ubi alia actio subest Where another form of action is given no one ought to sue in the action de dolo 7 Co 92 Xullus dieitur accessorius post feloniam sed Ule qui novit principalem feloniam fecisse et ilium re ceptavit et comfortavit No one is called an accessory after the fact but he who knew the principal to have committed a felony and received and comforted him 3 Inst 138 Xullus dieitur felo principalis nisi actor out qui prasens est abettans aut auzilians actorem ad feloniam faciendum No one is railed a principal felon except the party actually committing the felony or the party present aliiiug and abetting in its commission 3 Inst 138 Xullus idoneus testis in re sua intelligitur No one is understood to be a competent witness in liis own cause Dig 22 5 10 1 Suran 828 344 Xullus jus alieniim forisfaeere potest No man can forfeit another's right Fleta 1 1 c 28 J 11 Xullus recedat e curia eancellaria sine rrmedio No one ought to depart out of the court of chancery without a remedy Year B 4 Hen VII 4 Xullus videtur dolo facere qui sno jure utitur No man Is to be esteemed a wrong doer who avails himself of his lesral right Dig 50 17 55 Broom Max 130 14 Wend 399 402 Xunquam crcseit ex post facto prateriti delicti astimalio The quality of a past offence Is never aggravated by that which happens subsequently Dig 50 17 138 1 Bacon Max Reg 8 Broom Max 42 Xunquam decurritur ad extraordinarium sed ubi deficit ordinarium We are never to recur to what is extraordinary till what is ordinary fails 4 Inst 84 Xunquam flctio sine lege There is no fiction without law Xunquam nimis dieitur quod nunquam satis dieitur What is never sufficiently said is never said too much Co Litt 375 Xunquam prcescribitur in falso There is never prescription In case of falsehood Bell Diet Xuntptam res humana prospers succedunt ubi negliguntur divina Human things never prosper when divine things are neglected Co Litt 95 Wing Max 2 Xuptias non concubitus sed consensus facit Not cohabitation but consent makes the marriage Dig 50 17 30 1 Bouv Inst n 239 Co Litt 33 Broom Max 506 n Obedientia est legis essentia Obedience is the essence of the law 11 Co 100 Obtemperandum est consuetudini rationabUi tan quam leqi A reasonable custom is to be obeyed like law 4 Co 38 Occupantis flunt derelicta Things abandoned become the property of the first occupant 1 Pet Adm 53 Odiosa et inhonesta non sunt in lege prcesumanda Odious and dishonest acts are not presumed in law Co Litt 78 6 Wend 228 231 18 NY 295 300 Odiosa non prasumunt
Originally posted by drmeola
Qualifications for the Office of President
Ok for those whom do not read or totally comprehend lets break it down, No person except a natural born citizen. That is the only part that applies today...
Originally posted by drmeola
reply to post by Evil_Santa
Have no idea what law dictionary you are using it is NOT the one I linked try again here is my link: books.google.com...=onepage&q&f=false this is for volume two I know your not using mine as mine is not copy and paste capable and I had to type out the section in question in my responses.
NATIONALITY The state of a person in relation to the nation in which he was born 2 A man retains his nationality of origin during his minority but as in the case of his domicil of origin he may change his nationality upon attaining full age he cannot however renounce his allegiance without permission of the government See Citizen Domicil Expatriation Naturalization Foelix Du Dr Intern prive n 26 8 Cranch 263 8 Cranch 253 Chit Law of Nat 31 2 Gall 485 1 Gall 545 NATIONS Nations or states are independent bodies politic societies of men united together for the purpose of promoting their mutual safety and advantage by the joint efforts of their combined strength 2 But every combination of men who govern themselves independently of all others will not be considered a nation a body of pirates for example who govern themselves are not a nation To constitute a nation another ingredient is required The body thus formed must respect other nations in general and each of their members in particular Such a society has her affairs and her interests she deliberates and takes resolutions in common thus becoming a moral person who possesses an understanding and will peculiar to herself and is susceptible of obligations and rights Vattel Prelim 1 2 5 Pet SCR 52 3 It belongs to the government to declare whether they will consider a colony which has thrown off the yoke of the mother country as an independent state and until the government have decided on the question courts of justice are bound to consider the ancient state of things as remaining unchanged 1 Johns Ch R 543 13 John 141 561 see 5 Pet SCR 1 1 Kent Com 21 and Body Politic State NATIVES All persons born within the jurisdiction of the United States are considered as natives 2 Natives will be classed into those born before the declaration of our independence and those born since 3 1 All persons without regard to the place of their birth who were born before the declaration of independence who were in the country at the time it was made and who yielded a deliberate assent to it either express or implied as by remaining in the country are considered as natives Those persons who were born within the colonies and before the declaration of independence removed into another part of the British dominions and did not return prior to the peace wonld not probably be considered natives but aliens 4 2 Persons born within the United States since the Revolution may be classed into those who are citizens and those who are not 5 1st Natives who are citizens are the ohildren of citizens and of aliens who at the time of their birth were residing within the United States 6 The act to establish an uniform rule of naturalization approved April 14 1802 4 provides that the children of persons who now are or have been citizens of the United States shall though born out of the limits and jurisdiction of the United States be considered as citizens of the United States But the right of citizenship shall not descend to persons whose fathers have never resided in the United States 7 2d Natives who are not citizens are first the children of ambassadors or other foreign ministers who although born here are subjects or citizens of the government of their respective fathers Secondly Indians in general are not citizens Thirdly negroes or descendants of the African race in general have no power to vote and are not eligible to office 8 Native male citizens who have not lost their political rights after attaining the age required by law may vote for all kinds of officers and be elected to any office for which they are legally qualified 9 The constitution of the United States declares that no person except a natural born citizen or a citizen of the United States at the time of the adoption of this constitution shall be eligible to the office of president or vice president of the United States Vide generally 2 Cranch 280 4 Cranch 209 1 Dal 53 20 John 213 2 Mass 236 244 note 2 Pick 394 n 2 Kent 35 NATURAL AFFECTION The affection which a husband a father a brother or other near relative naturally feels towards those who are so nearly allied to him sometimes supplies the place of a valuable consideration in contracts and natural affection is a good consideration in a deed For example if a father should covenant without any other consideration to stand seised to the use of his child the naming him to be of kin implies the consideration of natural affection whereupon such uso NAT 199 NAT
But the right of citizenship shall not descend to persons whose fathers have never resided in the United States
Originally posted by drmeola
Have no idea what law dictionary you are using it is NOT the one I linked try again here is my link:
Also I could careless what you believe or not about me personally even though every word of it is true and verifiable
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
reply to post by Aleister
I would have to disagree that it doesn't make any difference. If a person is not legally qualified to serve as president, they shouldn't be president. Period. And I would join the bandwagon. But Obama qualifies in every way and NO ONE has proven otherwise or CAN prove otherwise. He is a natural born citizen, of age and has resided in the US for the 14 years prior to his election.
Originally posted by micpsi
Barak Obama took the "Harrison J. Bounel" alias that his Connecticut social security number refers to from Michelle Obama's turn of the 20th century ancestor or close friend of the family.