“Act Exteriora Indicant Interiora Secreta” (Acts indicate the intention)

Introduction: The legal maxim “Act Exteriora Indicant Interiora Secreta,” translated as “Acts indicate the intention,” encapsulates a fundamental principle in law and philosophy. At its essence, this maxim suggests that one’s external actions provide a glimpse into their internal thoughts and intentions. In simpler terms, it implies that what a person does outwardly can reveal … Read more

Nichols vs Marsland [1876] 2 Ex. D. 1

Case Name:- “Nichols v Marsland.” Citation:- “[1876] 2 Ex. D. 1.” Jurisdiction:- This case was heard in the Court of Exchequer Division in England. Judegment:-The judegment in Nichols v Marsland [1876] 2 Ex. D. 1 ruled in favor of the defendant, Marsland, stating that he was not liable for the damage caused by the escape … Read more