Nullus videtur dolo facere, qui suo jure utitur

Nullus videtur dolo facere, qui suo jure utitur
No one is deemed to work a fraud who exercises his own right. Fisher, Brown & Co. v Fielding, 67 Conn 91, 34 A 714.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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