Latin Legal Terms

Ignarus

Ignarus – this Latin word means ignorant, not knowing. The word relates to the maxim “Ignorantia juris non excusat”, which literraly means “ingnorance of the law is not an excuse”. In simple words, non-knowledge of the legislation does not excuse you for breaking the laws.

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