English jurists thus spoke of damnum absque injuria
to capture the idea that a party might suffer a genuine loss without having suffered the legally actionable injury that would support litigation.
The doctrine of damnum absque injuria
explained that some acts causing an aggrieved plaintiff would carry no remedy.
Arroyo also claimed the UCCP lacked cause of action against her on the grounds that there was damnum absque injuria
(loss without injury); that the complaint was a suit against the state; and the UCCP leaders did not have any cause of action for any alleged act on her part in the performance of her official duties as President and Commander in Chief.
It advances its claim for an approach that focuses on harm, regardless of the identity of investor, by drawing upon insights from the doctrine of damnum absque injuria
Indeed, one of the terrible intellectual mistakes of the environmental movement is to expand the definition of "harm" so that it rejects the common-law distinction between those harms that are cognizable by legal action and those harms that are properly treated as damnum absque injuria
Disrupting Subsurface Resource Pools is Damnum Absque Injuria
The expansion of article I, section IV, requiring the landowner to be compensated to "the full extent of his loss," is intended to give the landowner compensation for things previously considered damnum absque injuria
inter alia, that Burnham's was a case of damnum absque injuria
The evidence lies not only in the new framework for thinking about torts, visible in treatises and scholarly articles, but also in the development and refinement of particular doctrines, most notably contributory negligence, assumption of risk, and damnum absque injuria
Dedge consider the old legal maxim damnum absque injuria
This is what lawyers call a damnum absque injuria
, a "[l]oss, hurt, or harm without injury in the legal sense, that is, without such breach of duty as is redressible by an action.
9) The large doctrinal significance of the judicial actions was to reiterate the concept that injury to a property owner might be found to be damnum absque injuria
(an injury without remedy).