• Nam nemo haeres viventis – For no one is an heir of a living person.
  • Naturae vis maxima est – The force of nature is the greatest.
  • Necessitas non habet legem – Necessity has no law.
  • Necessitas publica est major quam privata – Public necessity is greater than private necessity.
  • Nemo admittendus est inhabilitare se ipsum – No one is allowed to incapacitate himself.
  • Nemo bis punitur pro eodem delicto – No one can be twice punished for the same offence.
  • Nemo contra factum suum venire potest – No man can contradict his own deed.
  • Nemo dat quod non habet – No one can give what he does not have.
  • Nemo Debet Bis Vexari Pro Una Et Eadem Causa – A man shall not be vexed twice for one and the same cause.
  • Nemo debet esse judex in propria causa – No one can be judge in his own case. No one ought to be a judge in his own cause.
  • Nemo potest esse tenens et dominus – No one can at the same time be a tenant and a landlord (of the same tenement).
  • Nemo potest facere per alium, quod per se non potest – No one can do through another what he cannot do himself.
  • Nemo potest mutare consilium suum in alterius injuriam – No one can change his purpose to the injury of another.
  • Nemobis punitur poreo dem delicto – No one can be punished twice for the same crime or offence.
  • Nemopunitur pro alieno delicto – No one is to be punished for the crime or wrong of another.
  • Nexus – Connection.
  • Nihil quod est inconveniens est licitum – Nothing inconvenient is lawful.
  • Nisi – Unless.
  • Non compus mentis – Not of sound mind and understanding.
  • Non constant – It is not certain.
  • Non decipitur qui scit se decipi – He is not deceived who knows that he is deceived.
  • Non definitur in jure quid sit conatus – What an attempt is, is not defined in law.
  • Non est factum – It is not his deed.
  • Non est informatus – He is not informed.
  • Non facias malum ut inde veniat bonum – You shall not do evil that good may come of it.
  • Non Obstante – Notwithstanding (any statute to the contrary).
  • Non sequitur – An inconsistent statement.
  • Noscitur a Sociis – The meaning of a doubtful word may be ascertained by reference to the meaning of words associated with it.
  • Novation – Transaction in which a new contract is agreed by parties to replace an existing contract.
  • Nova Constitutio Futuris Formam Imponere Debet, Non Praeteritis – A new law ought to be prospective and not retrospective, in operation.
  • Nullus Commodum Capere Potest De Injuria Sua Propria – No man can take advantage of his own wrong.

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