Quod necessarie intelligitur, id non deest

Quod necessarie intelligitur, id non deest

Literal Meaning

What is necessarily understood is not wanting.

Explanation

The literal meaning of the maxim ‘Quod necessarie intelligitur, id non deest’ is – what is necessarily understood is not wanting. The thing which can be understood necessarily is not voluntarily have to be understood.

Illustration

A fact of common sense which is known to everyone is not to be searched by anyone in the books as it is not wanting.

Edited by Vigneshwar Ramasubramania

Approved & Published – Sakshi Raje

 

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