Traversing The Major Premise – The Triple Lindy

TMP

Lindy

Allegans contraria non est audiendus
(He who alleges contradictory things shall not be heard) . This
last maxim is closely allied to Consensus tollit errorem (He who
consents to or invites error shall not complain of it).
Allegans contraria non est audiendus
(He who alleges contradictory things shall not be heard)
CONSENSUS TOLLIT EEEOREM: Acquiescence in error
obviates its effect. In other words, He who does not
speak when he ought shall not be heard when he desires
to speak. ”  Bro. Max. 138
Modus et eonventio vincunt legem: The form of agreement and the convention of the parties override the law; or, in other words, the parties may stipulate a law for themselves relating to matters that are personal to themselves. Consensus facit legem : Consent makes law.

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