privilegia quae re vera sunt in praejudicium reipublicae, magis tamen habent speciosa frontispicia, et boni publici praetextum, quam bonae et legates concessiones; sed praetextu liciti non debet admitti illictum


privilegia quae re vera sunt in praejudicium reipublicae, magis tamen habent speciosa frontispicia, et boni publici praetextum, quam bonae et legates concessiones; sed praetextu liciti non debet admitti illictum
/privaliyj(iy)a kwiy riy vira sant in prejadish(iy)am riyaypablasiy, meyjas teyman haebant spiyshiyowsa frantaspish(iy)a, et bownay pablasay pratekstam, kwaem bowniy et lageyliyz kanseshiyowniyz; sed pratekst(y)uw lisatay non debant admitay alisatam/
Privileges which are truly in prejudice of public good have, however, a more specious front and pretext of public good than good and legal grants; but, under pretext of legality, that which is illegal ought not to be admitted.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.


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