“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

“Actus non facit reum, Nisi mens sit rea”(“An act does not make a person guilty, unless there is a guilty mind.”)

“Actus non facit reum, Nisi mens sit rea” (“An act does not make a person guilty, unless there is a guilty mind.”) Introduction:- In the realm of law, there exists a profound Latin maxim: “Actus non facit reum, Nisi mens sit rea.” Translated, it means, “An act does not make a person guilty, unless there … Read more

Robinson vs. Davidson LR 6 Ex 269

Case Name:– Robinson vs. Davidson Citation:– LR 6 Ex 269 Jurisdiction:– Court of Exchequer Judgment Summary:– Historical Background:- Legal Framework in the 19th Century: During the 19th century, contract law was undergoing significant development, transitioning from a more rigid application of contractual obligations to a more nuanced understanding of implied conditions and fairness. The legal … Read more