Ex delicto


Also found in: Wikipedia.

ex delicto

(ex dee-lick-toe) adj. Latin for a reference to something that arises out of a fault or wrong, but not out of contracts. Of only academic interest today, it identified actions which were civil wrongs (torts).

EX DELICTO. Those actions which arise in consequence of a crime, misdemeanor, fault, or tort; actions arising ex delicto are case, replevin, trespass, trover. See Action.

References in periodicals archive ?
He ordered Tanto to pay the victim's family over P1.04 million in actual damages and P300,000 in indemnity ex delicto, moral and exemplary damages.
The judge also ordered Janjalani to jointly and severally pay "each of the offended parties or their respective heirs the amounts of P75,000.00 as civil indemnity ex delicto, P75,000.00 as moral damages, and P30,000.00 as exemplary damages."
They were also ordered to jointly and severally pay "each of the offended parties or their respective heirs the amounts of P75,000.00 as civil indemnity ex delicto, P75,000.00 as moral damages, and P30,000.00 as exemplary damages."
Son aquellos casos propios del ius privatum que provocan una obligacion penal o ex delicto, y que son perseguibles por una accion penal privada, ya sea de ius civile o ius pretorium (5).
La condena que surgio como consecuencia del ejercicio de esta accion, como de las demas actio ex delicto, consistia en una pena privada (33), que en el caso del delito de iniuria fue inicialmente establecida por la legislacion decenviral, cuyas penas consistieron en una suma de dinero fija (34).
The classical Roman division was a twofold one between the obligations arising by wrongdoing (ex delicto) and the ones arising by agreement (ex contractu).
Sem adentrar questoes especificas de Direito Penal, por nao constituirem objeto deste trabalho, focaremos nas sentencas penais condenatorias, diferenciando as sentencas penais que condenam a penas restritivas de liberdade das sentencas de materia penal que culminam em outras medidas, tais como a aplicacao de medida de seguranca e a efeitos de reparacao civil ex delicto.
Para ello estudia primero el concepto de <<responsabilidad juridica>>, distinguiendo entre responsabilidad ex delicto, ex contractu, ex lege, y responsabilidad contractual-responsabilidad extracontractual, responsabilidad directa e indirecta, responsabilidad interna y externa.
In distinguishing prior case law, the Virginia Supreme Court held: Each of the foregoing cases was an action ex delicto, and in each of them we were faced with the determination whether a duty was imposed by general law upon the defendant somehow to foresee, and to take effective measures to guard against, the danger of criminal acts by a third person.
They were ordered to jointly and severally pay each of the victims P75,000 as civil indemnity ex delicto, P75,000 as moral damage,s and P30,000 as exemplary damages.
They court also ordered that each of the accused to jointly and severally pay "each of the offended parties of their respective heirs the amounts of P75,000 as civil indemnity ex delicto, P75,000.00 as moral damages, and P30,000.00 as exemplary damages."
They were also ordered to jointly and severally pay each of the victims P75,000 as civil indemnity ex delicto, P75,000 as moral damages, and P30,000 as exemplary damages.