Latin Legal Terms

De injuria

De injuria – this legal term is used in the area of Court Proceedings and namely in Tort claims. It details an objection made by the claimant, who denies the excuse or justification, expressed by the defendant. And at the same time the claimant pretends that the defendant has committed the tort with a motive and by certain intention, and not by fortune only. The role is to avoid chances for eventual reducing the guilt of the defendant.

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