Courts of equity have always considered it of the greatest possible importance that parties should not sleep on their rights.
Browne v. Cross (1852), 14 Beav. 113.
A master should be paid liberally, in order to secure a person properly qualified.Romilly, John, 1st Baron Romilly
The decisions of the House of Lords are binding on me and upon all the Courts except itself.Romilly, John, 1st Baron Romilly
The plaintiff cannot dive into the secret recesses of his (the defendant's) heart.Romilly, John, 1st Baron Romilly
The public can have no rights springing from injustice to others.Romilly, John, 1st Baron Romilly