lex dubia non obligat

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A Latin sentence; from lēx (law) + dubia (doubtful) + nōn (not) + obligat (is binding).

Proverb[edit]

lex dubia non obligat

  1. (law) A doubtful law is not binding.