“Actus Dei Nemini Facit Injuriam,”(“The act of God causes no harm to anyone.”)

Introduction:- In the realm of law, there exists a guiding principle known as “Actus Dei Nemini Facit Injuriam,” which translates to “The act of God causes no harm to anyone.” This legal maxim reflects a profound concept that acknowledges the limitations of human responsibility in the face of unforeseen and uncontrollable natural events. The essence … Read more

R Vs. Scofield P.C. 1028

Case Name:- R vs. Scofield Citation:– P.C. 1028 Jurisdiction:- This case falls under the jurisdiction of the Privy Council. Judgment:- Nature of the Case: The case involved allegations against Mr. Scofield for a criminal offense where intent played a crucial role. Key Issue: The central contention was whether mere intent, without the actual commission of … Read more

Nichols vs Marsland [1876] 2 Ex. D. 1

Case Name:- “Nichols v Marsland.” Citation:- “[1876] 2 Ex. D. 1.” Jurisdiction:- This case was heard in the Court of Exchequer Division in England. Judegment:-The judegment in Nichols v Marsland [1876] 2 Ex. D. 1 ruled in favor of the defendant, Marsland, stating that he was not liable for the damage caused by the escape … Read more