legis injust honor nullus est is not the ordinary language of a lawyer.
legis constructio non facit injuriam—The construction of the law does injury to no man.
Ignorantia legis excusat neminem—Ignorance of the law excuses nobody.
There the maxim is quod principi placuit, legis habet vigorem, even without having that will and pleasure recorded.
Montem ascendit ut te doceat, ne quæras eum nisi in legis & Prophetarum montibus.
It is very likely also that he was concerned in the drawing up of the legis Actiones published by Flavius.
This is the kind of complaint which brings out in relief the logical endowment and legis- lative sagacity of the suffragist.
This godlike energy found vent in the Imperial will; "Quod principi placuit, legis habet vigorem."