The eight following additional equitable maxims are sometimes found:

Equity will not permit a trust to fail for the want of a trustee.

It is equity, that should make satisfaction, which received the benefit.

It is equity, that should have satisfaction, which received the loss.

Equity relieves against accidents.

Equity prevents mischief.

Equity prevents multiplicity of suits.

Equity regards length of time.

Equity suffers not advantage to be taken of a penalty or forfeiture, where compensation can be made.