• Verba chartarum fortius accipiuntur contra preferentem – The words of deeds are accepted more strongly against the person offering them.
  • Verba debent intelligi cum effectu – Words ought to be understood with effect.
  • Verba intentioni, non e contra, debent inservire – Words ought to serve the intention, not the reverse.
  • Verbatim – Word by word, exactly.
  • Vexatious – Annoying, done in order to annoy.
  • Vi et armis – With the force and arms.
  • Via antiqua via est tuta – The old way is the safe way.
  • Vice versa – The other way around.
  • Vide – See.
  • Vigilantibus non dormientibus jura sub veniunt – The laws serve the vigilant, not those who sleep.
  • Volens – Willing.
  • Volenti non fit injuria – An injury is not done to one consenting to it.
  • Voluntas in delictis non exitus spectatur – In offences the intent and not the result is looked at.
  • Voluntas reputatur pro facto – The will is taken for the deed.
  • Vox populi – Voice of the people.

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