What is MULCT?

A penalty or punishment imposed on a person guilty of some offense, tort, or misdemeanor, usually a pecuniary flue or condemnation in damages. See Cook v. Marshall County, 119 Iowa, 384, 93 N. W. 372, 104 Am. St. Rep. 283. Mulcta damnum famae non irrogat. Cod. 1, 54. A line does not involve loss of character.

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