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Common Law Maxims

Maxims of Common Law

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Self-Evident Truths

Maxims are brief statements of self-evident truth that courts must honor and obey.

A self-evident truth is any fact a "reasonable" man or woman would agree is, in fact, true and always true!

Click the letter "R" above to learn more about the "reasonable man", an important legal term of art.

Maxims explain what's "fair" and “right” and thereby tell us what is “just”.

Maxims control our courts, our legislatures, and every consideration of mankind that seeks what’s fair and best for everyone (and not for just the fortunate few).

Courts that do not honor the truths of these maxims are unjust by definition.

Indeed, whether and to what extent the maxims are honored by public leaders is how we test the way they administer the laws they use to govern us.

We the people are protected by the fundamental principles of justice and fair dealing set forth in these simple statements that every schoolchild should be taught to practice for the sake of peace.

Common law is built on these truths that promote the spirit and practice of fair-dealing and the unbiased administration of justice. Without the legal enforcement of these truths, there can be no justice or right dealing between us … or hope of getting our courts to do what’s right by enforcing our contracts or making those who injure us pay damages. Our courts are established primarily to enforce these principles of common law.

It is the common law that’s common to us all.

You will learn powerful legal truths in this class!

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