Nemo praesumitur esse immemor suae aeternae salutis et maxime in articulo mortis

Nemo praesumitur esse immemor suae aeternae salutis et maxime in articulo mortis

Literal Meaning

No one is presumed to be forgetful of his eternal welfare, and particularly in the hour of death.

Origin

This maxim is old and used in modern times. This maxim has been interpreted by many jurists. This maxim is interpreted in many cases and judgments.

Explanation

It means to say that no one is already being assumed to be forgetful of his eternal welfare.

Here eternal welfare means endless welfare especially at the time of death.

Edited by Vigneshwar Ramasubramania

Approved & Published – Sakshi Raje

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