from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. injury; invasion of another's rights
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Injury; invasion of another's rights.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In law, a violation of rights; a wrong of such nature that the law will take cognizance of it.
Last week's term was volenti non fit injuria, which is defined as:
The most recent term was volenti non fit injuria, which is defined as:
Ahora se incluye en los juicios por injuria o difamación a las empresas.
Be forewarned though – that volenti non fit injuria doctrine you learn in Torts class also applies to contracting Herpes Simplex I from wrestling, also known as Herpes Gladiatorium.
But for legal principles and terms of art it can be useful to use Latin when faced with the challenge of bridging a gap between two legal systems and/or languages. “volenti non fit injuria”, the distinction between “culpa” and “dolus”, etc.
Zuma has now decided to withdraw the two injuria claims he instituted against Bullard and his co-defendants, relating to the two articles.
Rapport newspaper said on Wednesday it was satisfied with an out of court settlement reached with ANC president Jacob Zuma over a defamation and injuria claim.
The general principle that an illegal act cannot produce legal rights ¾ ex injuria jus non oritur ¾ is well recognized in international law.
The four former residents of the now closed Reitz men's hostel, who made the film, were recently charged for crimen injuria by the state.
Pretorius said the options he was now considering were approaching the South African Human Rights Commission and the Constitutional Court, and bringing claims for crimen injuria and defamation.
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