Nihil quod est inconveniens est licitum

Nihil quod est inconveniens est licitum

Literal Meaning

Latin, meaning nothing inconvenient is lawful.


This is an old maxim which is used in modern times. This maxim is interpreted by many jurists in many cases.

 This maxim is used and interpreted in many judgments and precedents.


It means to say that nothing inconvenient is law. In simple language nothing difficult or unsuitable is law.

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