accumulando  jura  juribus  (<<schwa>>-kyoom-y<<schwa>>-lan-doh

joor-<<schwa>>joor-i-b<<schwa>>s). [Law Latin] Hist. By adding rights to rights.

“[Accumulando jura juribus] will be found in deeds, as expressing the intention of the maker

or granter of it that the right thereby conferred on the grantee is not to be regarded as coming in

place  of  other rights which the  grantee  has or  may acquire otherwise, but as an addition thereto:

the rights conferred are not prejudicial to other rights existing or future.” John Trayner, Trayner’s

Latin Maxims 10 (4th ed. 1894). [Blacks Law 8th]