injuria absque damno
- A phrase describing a wrongful act that does not result in any actionable harm or loss
- The judge explained that an injuria absque damno is when a wrong is done but there's no actual damage to sustain a lawsuit.
- While the company was accused of injuria absque damno, it was unable to be pursued legally due to lack of any substantive harm.
- In the realm of tort law, injuria absque damno covers situations where a wrong is committed, but no damage ensues from it.