incapax

incapax

in Scots law, a person who has not CAPACITY.
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If you and your husband or wife have a joint bank account, then you have to act now because if your spouse is incapax (a person who has lost capacity), then their banker will have to freeze all their bank accounts because the law protects those people incapax.
You would still need access to your joint account to continue to fund your life, pay the mortgage and household bills, during their incapax and subsequent recovery - a Power of Attorney guarantees this.
The Law Council of Australia is calling for all Australian jurisdictions to lift the minimum age of criminal responsibility to 14 years and remove the need for the doli incapax presumption.
Too young.For centuries, there was a conclusive presumption under the common law (doli incapax) that children up to a certain age were incapable of criminal intent.
It does away with the doctrine of doli incapax or incapable of wrong as defense for children in conflict with the law."
According to the letter of the law, children under seven could not be charged with felony as they were considered doli incapax, or incapable of committing a crime due a lack of sufficient understanding of right or wrong.
Por eso, el Prelado del Opus Dei certo incapax conserva su oficio y su condicion de Prelado y la importantisima y constitutiva paternidad espiritual con su titulo de Padre, pero por ser incapaz de ejercitar su potestad, esta viene ejercitada, en nombre del Prelado, por el Vicario auxiliar a quien se le trasfiere en regimen de vicariedad--<<omnia Praelati inra et officia, excepto tamen titulo, transferantur>>-.
All three films deal to some extent with the taboo of the child murderer and its related conundrums, specifically doli incapax, or at what age is a child culpable for his or her actions; thus, Waldron locates evil in these films in the diabolical acts of children.
However, additional to the legal age is a concept known as Doli Incapax, a legal determination of whether youth can be charged, based on their understanding of whether their behavior was seriously wrong.
Similarly, the doctrine that a person can be doli incapax would still be recognised as a legitimate doctrine consistent with libertarianism, whereas the doctrine of ignorantia juris non excusat might be more in doubt.
In many states neither the MACR nor the age of adulthood is static; youths being prosecuted and subject to adult offenses and the rebuttable presumption of doli incapax (incapable of committing a crime) are examples.