injuria absque damno

injuria absque damno
\\-|abz(ˌ)kwēˈdam(ˌ)nō, -|äps(ˌ)kwāˈdäm(ˌ)nō\
Etymology: Latin, injury without damage
— used in reference to the rule that a wrong that causes no damage will not sustain an action; compare damnum absque injuria

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  • injuria absque damno — injuria abs·que dam·no / ab skwē dam nō, äb skwā däm nō/ n [Latin, injury without damage]: a wrong that causes no damage sustaining an action for relief the lack of a warning label on the electric at best injuria absque damno Lee v.… …   Law dictionary

  • injuria absque damno — /anjur(i)ya sbskwiy dsmnow/ …   Black's law dictionary

  • injuria absque damno — /anjur(i)ya sbskwiy dsmnow/ …   Black's law dictionary

  • injuria absque damno — Wrong without damage. 1 Am J2d Act § 69. But a direct invasion of a legal right imports damage. 52 Am J1st Torts § 6 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • absque damno — See injuria absque damno …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • damnum absque injuria — dam·num abs·que in·ju·ria / dam nəm ab skwē in ju̇r ē ə, däm nu̇m äb skwā in yü rē ä/ [Late Latin, loss without unlawful conduct]: a loss for which the law provides no means of recovery compare injuria absque damno Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of …   Law dictionary

  • damnum absque injuria — |abzkwē(ˌ)inˈyu̇rēə noun Etymology: Latin, literally, damage without wrongdoing : damage without violation of a legal right for which no legal action will lie compare injuria, injuria absque damno …   Useful english dictionary

  • ex damno absque injuria non oritur actio — From loss or damage, without the violation of a legal right, no action arises. See damnum absque injuria …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • damage — dam·age 1 n [Old French, from dam injury, harm, from Latin damnum financial loss, fine] 1: loss or harm resulting from injury to person, property, or reputation 2 pl: the money awarded to a party in a civil suit as reparation for the loss or… …   Law dictionary

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