• Faciendum – Something which is to be done.
  • Fatum – Beyond human foresight.
  • Factum – An act or deed.
  • Factum probanda – Fact in issue, which is to be proved.
  • Factum probans – Relevant fact.
  • Facultas probationum non est angustanda – The right of offering proof is not to be narrowed.
  • Falsa demonstratio non nocet – A false description does not vitiate.
  • Fait accompli – Things done and no longer worth arguing against; an accomplished act.
  • Fatetur facinus qui judicium fugit – He who flees judgment confesses his guilt.
  • Falsus in Uno Falsus in Omnibus – False in one aspect is false in all respects. False in one thing, false in all.
  • Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas – Happy is he who has been able to understand the causes of things.
  • Felonia implicatur in qualibet proditione – Felony is implied in every treason.
  • Ferae naturae – Dangerous by nature; of a wild nature.
  • Festinatio justitiae est noverca infortunii – The hurrying of justice is the stepmother of misfortune.
  • Force majeure – Circumstance beyond one’s control, irresistible force or compulsion
  • Fraus est celare fraudem – It is a fraud to conceal a fraud.
  • Fraus et jus nunquam cohabitant – Fraud and justice never dwell together.
  • Fructus naturales – Vegetation which grows naturally without cultivation.
  • Functus officio – No longer having power or jurisdiction.

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