Latin Legal Terms

Damni injuriae claim

Damni injuriae claim – in ancient times, this legal term has applied in the area of Roman Tort Law, where detailed a claim for intentional injury to an animal that is owned by another person. This particular claim pursues compensation for damages caused by injury of a slave or pet, owned by another citizen.

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