UBI ABERAT ANIMUS FOENERANDI
ubi aberat animus foenerandi (yoo-bI <<schwa>>-ber-at an-<<schwa>>-m<<schwa>>s fee-n<<schwa>>-ran-dI). [Latin] Hist. Where the intention of taking of a usurious interest was wanting. • A lender was not liable for usurious provisions in a contract unless the lender had the requisite intention of exacting the money. Cf. USURA VELATA.
[Blacks Law 8th]