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Legal definitions “I”-“N”

Legal Definitions “I” Ignorantia juris non excusat – [Latin] ignorance of the law is no excuse i.e. it’s no defence against criminal or other proceedings arising from its breach. Illegal contract – a contract that is prohibited by statute e.g. one between traders providing for minimum resale prices; or is illegal at common law on […]

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