injuria absque damno

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

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