Definition of Delicts
1. Noun. (plural of delict) ¹
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Definition of Delicts
1. delict [n] - See also: delict
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Literary usage of Delicts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Roman Law in the Modern World by Charles Phineas Sherman (1922)
"TITLE V QUASI delicts Quasi delicts defined. In both Roman and modern juris- § 833 prudence, quasi delicts are but extensions of the law of torts or delicts ..."
2. The Institutes: A Textbook of the History and System of Roman Private Law by Rudolf Sohm, Bernhard Erwin Grüber (1907)
"The Private delicts of Roman Law. In Roman law there are a number of delicts ... These are the so-called private delicts. A private delict gives rise to an ..."
3. A Handbook of Husband and Wife According to the Law of Scotland by Frederick Parker Walton (1893)
"For her delicts and quasi-delicts her husband is not responsible, unless it appear that they were committed in pursuance of his instructions, or that he was ..."
4. Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law by John Austin (1885)
"Blondeau seems to mistake the meaning of quasi-delict The cases which he has cited as quasi-delicts are delicts: foi there is intention or negligence. ..."
5. Student's Guide to Roman Law (Justinian and Gaius) by Dalzell Chalmers, Lionel Hickman Barnes (1907)
"delicts. CLASSIFICATION OF delicts. Gaius mentions four delicts— Fin-tum. ... last kinds were not delicts in themselves, but species of remedy ' by action. ..."
6. Outlines of Roman Law: Comprising Its Historical Growth and General Principles by William Carey Morey (1914)
"Different Kinds of delicts.—In specifying the various kinds of wrongs that give rise to personal obligations, the Roman law includes certain offences which ..."
7. The Conflict of Laws in the Province of Quebec by Eugène Lafleur (1898)
"delicts AND QUASI-delicts. By article 1053 of our Civil Code, every person ... delicts When an offence or quasi-offence is committed within within the the ..."
8. Readings in Roman Law by Roscoe Pound (1906)
"delicts. Sohm, sec. 85; Roby, II, 199-237; Maine, Ancient Law, 355-68. ... For the principal delicts there were already statutory penal actions in the old ..."