No one could, in good faith, allow the same thing to be demanded twice; for example, settling a debt is not allowed to be done more than once.
Bis idem exigi bona fldes non patitur et in satisfactionibus non permittitur amplius fieri quam semel factum est. Good faith does not suffer the same thing to bo demanded twice; and in making satisfaction for a debt or demandJ it is not allowed to be done more than once. 9 Coke, 53.
Porpctua lox est nullam legem humanam ac positivam perpotunm ease, et clausula qure abrogationem exeludit ab initio non valet. It is a perpetual law that no human and positive law can be perpetual. and a clause [in a law) which precludes the power of abrogation Is void ob Initto. Baa Max. p. 77, in reg. 19.
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