Expressio unius est exclusio alterius
(express mention of one thing excludes all others).
Tarrant County Narcotics Intelligence & Coordination Unit, (149) the Court explicitly invoked the expressio unius est exclusio alterius ("the mention of one thing implies the exclusion of the other") (150) canon in refusing to extend heightened pleading under Rule 9 (151) to any action beyond fraud and mistake.
as with a statute," (153) and since the Court relied on the expressio unius est exclusio alterius canon in interpreting Rule 9, it makes sense for district courts to similarly employ the canon in determining whether Twombly applies to affirmative defenses.
Respaldados en el contenido del articulo 111, Gordon, Kobert y Pugliese insisten ante la Corte que "la Constitucion mexicana guarda un perfecto silencio sobre el derecho de inmunidad para un presidente al concluir su mandato bajo la interpretacion juridica expressio unius est exclusio alterius
(expresar una cosa implica excluir las otras)".
The First Circuit, however, has held that the equitable tolling provision is not available to courts under the statutory construction canon of expressio unius est exclusio alterius (31) In United States v.
2010) (holding statutory canon expressio unius est exclusio alterius does not permit court to toll term).
A reasonable argument could have been made that such a fee was authorized for residential leases, under the rule of expressio unius est exclusio alterius
That would have added a provision instructing the Supreme Court on interpreting the constitution by providing that the doctrine of expressio unius est exclusio alterius
should not be used except in exceptional circumstances.
29) Responding to such a request, courts could apply the principle of expressio unius est exclusio alterius
, reasoning that since the legislature expressly included the specific battery types it intended as acceptable priors, then the statute excludes any battery type not enumerated.
The full phrase is expressio unius est exclusio alterius
(the expression of one thing excludes the other).
In part, the court majority said its decision was based on expressio unius est exclusio alterius
, or "the expression of one thing implies the exclusion of another.
Irrespective of the way you feel on vouchers, this is an issue of the proper power and the authority of the legislature to deal with the issue that needs to be addressed by the people through their elected representatives and makes the statement that the expression expressio unius est exclusio alterius