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date: 22 May 2022

Nemo plus iuris transfere (ad alium) potest quam ipse habet  nā´mō plūs yū´rēs transfā´rā (ad a´lē-ūm) pō´tāst kwam ēp´sā ha´bāt .  nē´mō plus jɜ´ris trâns´fɜrē (âd â´lē‐um) pō´test kwam ip´sē hâ´bet . 

Source:
Guide to Latin in International Law
Author(s):

Aaron X. Fellmeth,

Maurice Horwitz

“No one can transfer more rights (to another) than he himself has.”A maxim meaning that one cannot transfer legal ...

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