Casus Omissus Pro Omisso Habendus Est Law and Legal Definition

Casus Omissus Pro Omisso Habendus Est is a Latin maxim which means that “A case omitted is to be held as intentionally omitted.”

It is a rule of statutory construction. If a person, object, or thing is omitted from being enumerated in a statute, it must be held or considered to have been omitted intentionally.