Origin of delict
Words nearby delict
How to use delict in a sentence
This 210 difference no doubt arises from the tendency to extend the bounds of a delict and to limit the bounds of a crime.
The earlier laws appear to regard it as a delict which may be compounded for by payment.
Thus recovery of a sum of money by way of penalty for a delict is the historical starting point of liability.
The typical delict required dolus—intentional aggression upon the personality or the substance of another.
Modern law has given up both the nominate delicts and quasi-delict, as things of any significance.