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exceptio doli generalis

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  • Otherwise known as the exceptio doli. An exception or exceptio whereby a defendant can raise the defence that the plaintiff has not acted in good faith.

Etymologies

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Latin exceptio: exception + dolus: guilt or fraud.

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