ID NON AGEBATUR
id non agebatur (id non aj-[schwa]-bay-t[schwa]r). [Law Latin] Scots law. That was not done.
¡°The meaning of the words as they occur here is this: the deceased, when he valued the subjects, did not intend to depreciate their value for the purpose of benefiting the executor, ¡ª this was not in his consideration at all ¡ª this was not what he did (id non agebatur) by the valuation; therefore, the executor is bound for the true value of the subjects.¡± John Trayner, Trayner’s Latin Maxims 245 (4th ed. 1894).
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