The act of God is hurtful to no one. 2 Inst. 287. That is. a person cannot be prejudiced or hold responsible for an accident occurring without his fault and attributable to the “act of God.” See ACT.
What is ACTUS DEI NEMINI EST DAMNOSUS?
- ACTUS LEGIS NEMINI EST DAMNOSUS
- ACTUS DEI NEMINI FACIT INJURIAM
- ACTUS LEGIS NEMINI FACIT INJURIAM
- ACTUS SERVI IN IIS QUIBUS OPERA EJUS CONIMUNITER ADLIIBITA EST, ACTUS DOMINI HABETUR
- ACTUS ME INVITO FACTUS NON EST MENS ACTUS
- FORISF ACTUS
- ACTUS REUS
- ACTUS LEGITIMI NON RECIPIUNT MODUM
- ACTUS REPUGNUS NON POTEST IN ESSE PRODUCI
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