Ex factis jus oritur

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Ex factis jus oritur (Latin: the law arises from the facts) is a principle of international law. The phrase is based on the simple notion that certain legal consequences attach to particular facts.[1] Its rival principle is Ex injuria jus non oritur, in which unjust acts cannot create law.[2]

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  1. ^ Gérard Kreijen (2002). State, sovereignty, and international governance. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199245383. 
  2. ^ Tim Hillier (1998). Sourcebook on public international law. Routledge. ISBN 9781859410509.