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In a situation where the rule on double sale will not apply, the principle of prior tempore, potior jure or simply 'he who is first in time is preferred in right,' should apply.
The basic rule for determining competing claims to the same equitable interest in tangible property is qui prior est tempore potior est jure, or the first in time prevails.
dexter venias mihi carminis auctor, seu te Cynthos habet, seu Delo gratior Hyla, seu tibi Dodone potior, tecumque faventes in nova Pierio properent a fonte sorores vota: per insolitum Phoebo duce tutius itur.
derives from the Latin, in pari delicto potior est condition defendentis: 'In a case of equal or mutual fault .
Por lo que, prior in tempore potior in iure, teniendo el autor total legitimidad de alegar una vulneracion tanto a sus derechos morales de paternidad, integridad, y modificacion de la obra; como a sus derechos patrimoniales de reproduccion, comunicacion al publico y distribucion de la obra [.
41), while acknowledging the principle of lectio diffitilior potior, states to have applied the 'majority rule' in most cases (indiscriminately, and naively).
Where there are successive equitable transfers of an account, the priority of the claims of the successive transferees to the account is determined by the order of the transfers ('qui prior est tempore potior estjure').
In the second sub-type, lesser property interests are governed by the doctrine prior tempore potior iure, or "prior in time, prior in right.
Luego, el viejo aforismo "prior in tempore potior in iure", criterio de ordenacion que explicita la regla de que el primero en llegar ha de ser el primero en ser atendido, junto con el criterio de la gravedad o la necesidad, son los criterios por antonomasia a aplicar en el espacio de la microdistribucion (21).
210) See HERBERT BROOM, A SELECTION OF LEGAL MAXIMS 212-15 (1845) (discussing the various areas of law in which the legal maxim, "qui prior est Tempore, potior est Jure" [he has the better title who was first in point of time] has been applied)*
lectio difficilior potior Leccion cuanto mas dificil, mejor.
21) Latec Investments v Hotel Terrigal (1965) 113 CLR 265; 276 per Kitto J--"quiprior est tempore, potior est jure"--if the merits are equal, priority in time of creation is considered to give the better equity